Epiphany

May
13

There are four seasons in West Virginia.


Snow:
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Mud:

Dry:

And Favorite:
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It only took me six years to figure that out.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 13, 2011  

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  1. 5-13
    5:17
    am

    :sun: It has been a beautiful green SPRING week here. A good season.
    Granny Trace

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  2. 5-13
    5:18
    am

    I love spring too :o)

  3. 5-13
    7:00
    am

    Exactly, Suzanne! I LOVE spring!

  4. 5-13
    7:01
    am

    Oh, yes. I recognize those.

  5. 5-13
    7:08
    am

    And the favorite makes the others worthwhile! We are very dry here so I enjoy seeing the green!

  6. 5-13
    9:02
    am

    I’m new to Indiana but I see that trend. You may have saved me 5 years.

  7. 5-13
    9:17
    am

    Favorite goes from Day light savings time to falling back for me. I know what you are saying. That sure reminds me of home in Virginia in the last photo.

  8. 5-13
    9:29
    am

    Couldn’t agree more! It took me a few years to realize this too.

  9. 5-13
    9:51
    am

    LOL I love your seasons descriptions.
    May is muddy white dog season around here.

  10. 5-13
    10:28
    am

    Boy that last picture is a beauty…the trees look like they’re changing for fall. That’s MY favorite!

  11. 5-13
    11:39
    am

    The seasons in our neck of the Pacific Northwest are similar: Winter, mud, and favorite. Favorite is our version of dry, which is mostly just an extension of mud with a couple weeks of summer thrown in for good measure. :bugeyed: :yes:

  12. 5-13
    11:59
    am

    Around here, somebody (not me!) thinks it’s: too cold, too hot, too wet, and too dry…

  13. 5-13
    12:40
    pm

    Great concept, Suzanne. I love spring, but do enjoy all the changing seasons. To Pete, that is an old saying around here about farmers. The weather is always too wet, too dry, too hot, or too cold, and if it is good weather, they worry about how soon it will be bad!

  14. 5-13
    1:59
    pm

    that last photo is a real stunner Suzanne. you live in a beautiful part of the country. enjoy your spring!!!

  15. 5-13
    8:11
    pm

    Suzanne, I agree with you on this one. What a beautiful landscape – have a great weekend!

  16. 5-14
    12:05
    am

    Willamette Valley (Oregon) seasons are these:
    Fall (stormy and wet)!
    Winter (wetter)
    Spring (wet to wetter)
    Summer (delicious and green!!)

    West Virginia Spring looks Yummy.

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