Friday video is a little early as I won't have much time Friday morning to upload this. Hope you like it; a little homemade creation taken a couple of weeks ago. It was still stick season/mud season when I took this (a few ice chunks still clinging to open rock faces). But now I know what it looks like to drive at 300 mph.
If you don't know what stick or mud season is, please allow me to educate.
In addition to the 4 seasons everyone knows, in the north country, stick season is when the leaves have fallen but there's no snow yet, or after the snow has melted.
Mud season is when the snow melts and the dirt roads turn into a muddy, rutted, difficult to drive, bloody mess.
Then there's black fly season. No explanation necessary.
Also there's the not-so-old joke (or maybe it is) about the 4 seasons in Vermont:
Anyway, I digress. Spring has sprung forth, here are some photos I took today.