Thursday, November 03, 2011

A Warm Wind Bloweth No Frost

The south wind made for a very balmy day today. It's hard to ignore the evidence of climate change when we could be in for a second year without a killing frost.
During my interview for next week's "In Conversation With..." feature, my subject commented on how our growing season has expanded. Jerry Draheim says spring comes earlier and fall arrives later than it did when he arrived here in Cumberland County from Minnesota in 1972.
Catch my entire interview with Jerry, bee keeper and hopeless romantic, in the November 9th issue of The Oxford Journal.

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