After I ranted a little about not getting snow this year (in the upper Shenandoah), it finally arrived last week. Five inches of the stuff was just enough to take the sled out, have a couple of snowball fights, and bring on the need for a great cup of hot chocolate. So, Jenny’s offer to ship some from up around the Great Lakes came through.
So, now that the snow has come and gone… it’s time for Spring; and as a result of some Web surfing (I was actually looking for some ideas for background colors for a project that I am working on), I came across what I like to consider “virtual Spring.” Well, at least it’s enough to satisfy the auditory needs… and perhaps fool one enough to “feel warm” for just a little while. Click on this site, turn up the volume to a comfortable level on your computer, and enjoy the sounds of what I think represents what one might hear in a pleasantly wooded area in the spring. Heck, it might even be similar to what might be had on Little Round Top or Culp’s Hill in early May. Whadyathink?