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Last updated on July 16th, 2017 at 05:18 am
Daniel F. emails:
Greetings from the supposedly chromatically-challenged banana republic of Vermont.
It wasn’t a great year for color, but that will happen. Things are pretty much all on the ground now up here near the Canadian border, but on Monday evening I got this last flickering of yellow on one of the popples (aspens) in the dooryard.
Of course, the moment you have a warm October, the ecochondriac munchkins all come out to dance. Methinks that they must have slept through their statistics classes (or avoided them) since there’s nothing particularly bizarre about a few Octobers falling on the warm side.
On the other hand, the prior two Octobers were allegedly warm, yet both featured substantial snowfalls. From October 2006 … and October 2005.
Of course, now that Al has won the big prize, the Gore effect may go global all at once. Preparations (Gaia-stomping, of course) for that catastrophe are under way. More on that in a few days.
Hit those links for some fantastic Vermont views.