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If April showers bring May flowers, what do May snows bring?

Asked at Dillons, 1740 Massachusetts St. on May 3, 2013

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Photo of Hanna Cossgrove

“Confused tulips on campus.”

Photo of Nicole Tornow

“A hot summer. I think we are going to go straight to summer.”

Photo of  Ed Julian

“Hopefully a good delayed morel (mushroom) harvest.”

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“Frostbit flowers”

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Leslie Swearingen 2 years ago

Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea,
And, joy to you and me.

password 2 years ago

lol ~ thanks for the memory! I had forgot about jeremiah was a bullfrog!

riverdrifter 2 years ago

The end of an error. I agree with Ed, though. Yesterday afternoon I found a few morels. First time I ever found them while it was snowing.

verity 2 years ago

Arrrrrrggghhhhhh!

My newly planted apple trees fell over.

Leslie Swearingen 2 years ago

A feeling of exhilaration that is at the same time a kind of disquietude. Does the top spin on or does it fall?

pizzapete 2 years ago

Confused tulips, I think I just found a new name for my band.

Russell Fryberger 2 years ago

It brings the whole climate/nature thing a bit closer south than is used to be.

Frederic Gutknecht IV 2 years ago

these tulips worry

bending to stare at their bulbs

as spring has gone limp

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