The morning sky is filled with stars once again, not quite as cold as it has been. Larry checked the well again last night - just up over 3 feet now, was hoping for more but it is what it is. Will check out the hood this morning on my morning walk. Most days I'm lucky to see a few Chickadees and Song Sparrows. Lots of Grackles around and Blue Jays.
Good day at work, even though it's a tad bit chilly in the museum this time of year. I did wear an extra layer which made a difference. By mid afternoon it warms up enough that you can actually open the doors and the sun does the trick. Guess it's probably a good thing that we close this Saturday. It's been a great season, hoping to return next year. But I'm not quite done at the complex, have an extra couple of weeks - Greta and I are working in the textile artifact room. Going to be fun!
The Gulls were active in the harbour, dipping and diving looking for breakfast.
Enjoy your day!