Well here it is the last day of February but it's like the first day of February. The ground is still covered with several feet of snow, and the cold seems to be locked in. They tell me this is the coldest February since 1935. But I have taken heart to the fact that tomorrow is March 1st. the unofficial start of Spring. For several days now on my morning walk I have noticed the sweet sound of birds singing, and that is a sure sign that the better days are on our doorstep. The days have been getting longer and the suns angle has proven in places that its rays are strong. I'm looking forward to my first outing since mid January, and that should come soon.
By the way do you remember that 100 mile piece of cheddar cheese I went after. On top of several macaroni and cheese dishes there were a few of these.
You sure know how to get the taste buds going, outstanding looking sub. Looking forward to your first trip of the season. Thanks for sharing
I'm not even going to mention two snow events this week....oops>
I want to fish.
oh, my word, the sandwich looks awesome!ReplyDelete
Theresa it was very satisfying.
Grilled Chese looks unreal! The forecast coming up looks almost as good...bout time it started looking like spring!ReplyDelete
RI brook trout.Delete
I hope the forecast for rain later week comes through. That should loosen some of this snow.
The only thing that could have made any of those picture better would have been a tulip poking out.ReplyDelete
Howard I may just stick some dollar store artificials out there, and make people happy.
Wow that's a good looking sandwich Alan! I think... I'm... going... to hit the grill :)ReplyDelete
Agreed on the bird songs for sure... and the sun. Even when the temp is in the 10's or low 20's the sun feels good. Old man winter is heading south, of the equator for the season...
Will it's those little signs that give us New Englanders a nice feeling.
Now there's some comfort food for a cold winter day. How about a bowl of tomato soup on the side?ReplyDelete
Lester you are a man that remembers. Mom always served tomato soup with grilled cheese....classic .
I want to see the thigh deep snow we have melt like the cheese on those sandwiches!!! Nice Job Brk Trt!!! Soon we will be on a river, stream or brook somewhere!!!ReplyDelete
Pete it will happen, but our ability to cope with what's on the ground is wearing thin.
Man, those make my mouth water. Time for a midnight snack. And Happy March to you.ReplyDelete
Jim Yaussy Albright,Delete
Jim that would sure make for a filling snack.
Grilled cheese (and for me, accompanied with a cup of cream of tomato soup) is definitely one of my go to meals..I think I may have one today for suppa'ReplyDelete
Mike I had many such meals growing up.