At a balmy 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4.4C) with sunny skies yesterday, cabin fevered people did not mind eating outside next to tons of ice and snow at Rudy’s Lakeside near Oswego, New York. After the coldest February on record, March has been unseasonably cold, too. The ice on Lake Ontario still goes right to the horizon in all directions.
The air was crisp, cool and clear enough to see both the Oswego Harbor West Pierhead Lighthouse and Nine Mile Point Nuclear cooling tower.
How is Spring where you live this year? Maybe the next time I share photos from Lake Ontario there will be open water.
I don’t know how y’all do it up there!
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Like anything else, we adapt. Let me tell you, when the weather pattern breaks and we do get our first real Spring-like day, there will be dancing in the streets.