What’s Happening on March 4/2024 In Cottage Country

Good Morning! Here’s to another day under the big sky.

In our area, not much is happening these days. But that will likely change with the arrival of warmer temperatures. Watching nature, you can see that our climate is changing, as it has been for millions of years. Truth told, there’s a lot of fossil evidence suggesting that the Arctic was once covered with dense forests and vegetation, including palm trees and ferns. I kind of think that things might be slowly returning to what they once were.

However, it also appears to me that we/some tend to exaggerate what’s happening in our world, and some individuals are trying hard to shape our thoughts in ways that benefit them, not us. Of all the things we hear about in today’s world or should say most, only about 2% of them are the ones causing the commotion in people’s lives, as they are good at spreading false news. But … it’s been that way for as long as I can remember, and I don’t see any change anytime soon. As my old dad always told me. “George don’t believe every thing you hear and only half of what you see.” I have taken them words to heart over the years, and it has helped me a lot.

Highway 522 is bare and dry this morning and will remain that way now I suspect with the warmer temperatures on our doorstep. Actually, my lovely wife and I are planning on having our coffee on our front porch a bit later on. Kinda nice for this time of year.

Politician Humor: Why did the farmer compare politicians to a rusty gate?
“They’re supposed to keep things in order, but they just creak and let everything/everyone through.” And they are damn good at it!

With that I am off for my breakfast that my lovely wife has prepared for me and will then head on out to my woodworking shop and see about making some shavings.

Have a great day and I will leave you with this: “Life in the country is like a game of poker – you’ve got to know when to hold ’em, when to fold ’em, and … when to call a chicken, a chicken.” GW

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