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  1. 'Tis Himself, OM. says

    Mais non! The proper quote is “où sont les trolls d’antan?” Who cares about snow?

  2. says

    Well I left off “d’antan” because it’s already melting. In fact, weirdly, it was almost gone from the trees three blocks north of where I am while it was still quite thick here. Three blocks! I didn’t know I lived in a microclimate. (Well I did – I live at the top of a hill and I know the snow melts sooner at the bottom of the hill. But this was just…three blocks away down a barely perceptible slope. I walked north – the snow was dripping off the trees – I walked back south again – there was the thick snow.)

  3. says

    Snow… I understand it as a concept, but I’ve spent so many years in Florida that it is a distant memory. Maybe since I’ve recently moved to Virginia, I’ll see some of the white nasty stuff.

    … I think my wife and I might be switching cars. Joe gets back in the ‘Stang!

  4. Stacy says

    How lovely! I miss snow.

    I didn’t know I lived in a microclimate.

    I believe it! I think it’s a northern Pacific Coast thing. Used to live in Santa Cruz County (California). Go for a walk in the mountains round there and notice the different sorts of vegetation–you can walk through several different microclimates in the space of a half hour.

  5. JoeBuddha says

    Western Washington seems to have nothing BUT microclimates, at least north of Olympia. It’s those pesky Olympics stirring things up…

  6. Your Name's not Bruce? says

    We’ve had a lot less snow than usual in Southwestern Ontario (Canada) this year. I can’t recall a winter with so little. We’ve got snow on the ground at the moment but today’s forecast is for rain.

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