Just telling you northern folks, The robins are on there way,

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Howdy you all, I look out in the pasture, and there are thousands of robins, We had a good rain last night, so there must be lots of worms close to surface. There on there way north, So spring is just around the corner for you all.

-- Irene texas (tkorsborn@cs.com), February 22, 2002


Oh, Irene! You have no idea of how much I needed to hear that today!

-- Tracy (trimmer31@hotmail.com), February 22, 2002.

Oh--praise God -----Irene /we are soooooooo ready for Spring this year!!!!

-- Sonda in Ks. (sgbruce@birch.net), February 22, 2002.

I was just out for a walk here on our hill in western PA. I saw 3 male & 1 female blue bird AND my daffodils are coming up! ;) Woo hoo!

-- Heather (h.m.metheny@att.net), February 22, 2002.

On my way home from work today I passed a flock of Robins at the end of my street.I had to stop and take a good look. I got so excited. It has been months since I last saw a Robin. I live in southern New Hampshire.

-- george nh (rcoopwalpole@aol.com), February 22, 2002.

I just finished posting about the HUGE bunch of Sandhill Cranes I saw today at another forum and came here & saw this! There were close to 100 of them all flying and swirling around in a big circle like they couldn't make up their minds about where they wanted to go. I pulled over and watched for about 10 minutes, till they drifted off to the west and out of view. Really neat. I love the goofy sound they make. Spring is coming for sure.

-- John in S. IN (jdoofus@hotmail.com), February 22, 2002.

If any are coming our way, make sure they have their little skiis! Big dump of snow here yesterday, highways all closed. Open roads now but snowing again. Are you sure spring is coming???? Tomas in B.C.

-- tomas (bakerzee@hotmail.com), February 22, 2002.

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