Change of Season

According to the calendar — spring will be two weeks old tomorrow.

How does it look outside of your window?

Bare brown grass? Lush early flowers? Shrinking snowbanks?

In the fictitious village of Crystal Springs — they are eager to see the last of the snow on the shady north side of the barn melt. Gardens are being planned. Farm machinery is being checked, repaired, oiled and greased up — ready to go as soon as the fields are dry enough. Mud rooms display their name. And on a fine day — blankets and quilts are hung on the line for a good dose of fresh air.

Need some reading to match?  Open up Hiding Places and join Linc Dray as he faces the problems of an orchard in June — plus his own unique challenge.

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