Spring Has Sprung!

hummingbirds fawnskin

Spring has officially sprung.

Don’t believe me?

On Monday I had a hummingbird bugging me to put out the feeder.

But with threats of a storm, I did not remove my faux panes.

And no, I did not put the feeder out but now that it is officially spring, I certainly will!

Down-the-hill lots of plants are already in bloom.

I suspect that the buds that have been on the trees and plants around these parts will begin to sprout fresh foliage.

In the neighborhood, everyone has been working out in their yards doing clean up and it won’t be long until people begin planning their gardens.

It is always hard to predict since we get late snow and freezing temps before summer but I’ve seen a boat out on the water and know that the marinas are making preparations to start opening up in April.

Seder in Fawnskin

Fawnskin Seder

Congregation B’nai Big Bear is planning a Family Seder on Saturday, March 30, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. at Miller Park, 1178 Chicksaw Rd. in Fawnskin. Open to members and their guests, the Seder will be conducted by Cantor Les Kushner. Traditional foods including brisket, chicken soup with matzo balls, sweet & sour chicken, chopped liver and more prepared by A Gourmet Personal Chef.

Advance reservations preferred by March 15 by emailing bnaibigbear@aol.com, or by mail to B’nai Big Bear, P.O. Box 3677, Big Bear Lake, CA, 92315. The cost is $20 per adult, and $10 per child age 4-12. Children under four are free.

Fawn Harbor

GG got to spend some time with Captain John down that the Fawn Harbor and Marina. They’ve been busy with clean up and clearing.

The beach area has been extended and if you want to get an update on the bald eagles, he is keeping close tabs on them.

Drop by to see the new developments and to say hello because the weather is super-duper for being lakeside.

Just tell him GG sent cha!



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