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This is ridiculous

Thirty. Five. Fracking. Degrees.

This is insane.   It is just not meant to be thirty-five fracking degrees on April 3 in eastern Ontario.  It just isn’t.

Everyone is confused.   I’ve seen two garter snakes this weekend.  I had to swerve on a dirt road to avoid smucking a hopping toad.  I…I…well,  just LISTEN to this:

Does that sound like April 3 to you?  Nosirreebob, it does NOT.

I fear that, if we get another cold snap (which almost certainly will happen) all the temperature-sensitive critters are going to suffer greatly. 

Peepers, go back to bed!!!!

9 responses to “This is ridiculous

  1. Ted C. MacRae April 4, 2010 at 10:03 AM

    The peepers are finishing up around here 🙂

  2. TGIQ April 5, 2010 at 9:32 PM

    Yes, but…but…you’re way down THERE!!! This is just craziness!!!

  3. jason April 6, 2010 at 11:57 AM

    35? Thirty-frackin’-five? No way. We haven’t reached that here. And I thought it was impressive that we just set a record for the number of days BELOW 27 (which is a big deal here). And 35 is BELOW our normal. So WTH? Strange…

  4. Amber Coakley April 9, 2010 at 9:36 AM

    I’m late to the party you’ve got goin’ on here at Fall to Climb, but glad to be visiting now. I’ll be making regular visits!

    The clencher? You used the word, “fracking.” Evidence that you may – just MAY – also be a fan of BSG – which is only one of the best shows ever, IMO.

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