Tag Archives: frigid temperatures

Adaptation

There are very few places on the planet where the temperature is ideal for human habitation all year long. Where is it 70-75 F degrees every day โ€“ Hawaii perhaps? For most of us, we have seasons where we must … Continue reading

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Winter

Yesterday we had another snowstorm that dumped a foot of snow upon us. Fortunately, we could stay home and watch it from our windows and didn’t have to drive anywhere. It was accompanied by a bitterly cold wind that made … Continue reading

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Frozen Lace

Lacy ice formations along the stream, fleeting and ephemeral, are abstract works of art.

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Snowy

ย The setting sun illuminates a snowy landscape a day after the latest storm dumped a foot of sticky, wet snow on much of the Northeast. Two days later, because it is still below freezing, many trees still look like this. … Continue reading

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Keep Your Bird Feeders Well-Stocked!

When it’s really cold outside, you may find that food disappears from any bird feeders you maintain at a faster-than-normal rate. Birds (and other animals) burn more calories when it is cold. That means they need more food to maintain … Continue reading

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