I'm out for a 14 mile jaunt on the Greenway, which sucks at the moment as they are in the midst of working on "high power lines," and a section is cut off so one has to jump the railroad tracks and hit Cedar Lake Rd, which is nice with the wide shoulders, but annoying with hills, and the wind was up today. You also need to keep in mind this is the end of January, in Minnesota, when we usually have our coldest weather. Well, I'm out riding and I see Robins, Mother Nature's sign of Spring being around the corner. I don't think I've ever seen a Robin in January, ever, well in the Texas Hill Country sure, but not MN, not the dead of winter.
So I start wondering if the animals know something that we don't. I mean the animals knew the Tsunami was coming, it's said that ads for missing animals usually precede earthquakes.
Anyone want to hazard a guess? Are we getting ready for some polar shift or something? And if Spring is really just around the corner, what is June and July going to be like?