Just wanted to show what it looked like from my office window.
Seabishop said:Weather was abnormally warm in Oregon when I was there last week, and now that I'm back on the east coast its abnormally warm here. I would think its something special about me but my prescence sure didn't help the northeast last winter.
moose said:And now it's abnormally cold. I counted exactly 2 snowflakes yesterday out my apartment window, but the news was reporting an good "dusting" at elevations above 1000 feet in Portland. Mr Moose reports that theres 1-2 inches in Bend, just on the eastern side of the Cascades. It's currently sunny as any summer day, I just happen to know that it's about 40 degrees.
Rumpy Tuna said:75, warm and sunny. Life's good (thank you paxil)
Mastiff said:LOL... Paxil. Ever listen to the commercial?
Paxil cures depression, and the side affects are headache, cramping, diahrrea, nausia, constipation, and may cause sexual side effects.
So, I can't get any even if I could get off the bathroom floor... but laying there barfing and hurting, I feel good about it all.
nerudite said:Here's what it looks like in Edmonton these days (pretty, huh?)
The red tree in the background is my new favourite winter tree: mountain ash.
Cardinal said:Pretty, but I'll take our warmer weather for now.
[OT]I have made it a mission to promote native plants, so... You might want to take a look at serviceberries if you are thinking of planting another tree. They also get the red berries that are very popular with the birds, and they bloom profusely in spring. They are smaller than your ash, and some can be grown as a shrub. Most have outstanding fall color.