We haven't quite reached Mud Season here in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, when the muck gets at least axle-deep. Instead, we're trying to survive Pot Hole Season, during which the 1.5 mile drive down into the village takes 15-20 minutes, depending on how badly you want to torture your vehicle's suspension system.Salute!
Oh, I know it! Right now we're dealing with mud AND frost heaves. It's a bouncing ride! Pot Hole Season comes soon after. :sigh: And then ALIGNMENT SEASON. ;)
Great photo! If only mud were here, and about 10 inches less snow!
Oh, I hear you on the snow! We're still well covered! But I think the garden only has a food or so left on it...and there's some brown patches under trees...
I typed my comment twice, pressed publish and each time the comment disappeared. Blogger is a b r!
Oh, no! What a frustration!
It's good news that the snow is going now. :)
It is! And once mud, frost heave and pot hole season is over we can get to the really good stuff! LOL
Mud, mud, glorious mud ...Enjoy Spring...
LOL Well, it's to be expected.
For us out here on the left coast it is always the mud season...
Into each life some mud must form. Welcoming the thaw.
We are moving into mud season here too!
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