Song of the day: Stranger Than Fiction, Wreckless Eric, Whole Wide World
Yesterday’s Phenology: A sudden moment of nice weather. Cloudy all day, and the temperature peaked I think in the upper 60s. Delightful. Noticed a couple of large sized birds flying together above the river early this morning. No idea what they were. Eagles? Possible, but too far away to say.
Song of the day: Tom Waits, Blue Valentines
Yesterday’s Phenology: Warmish, but mostly cloudy, which kept it from being hotish, I suppose. Saw the usual birds, and a few interesting bugs that I couldn’t identify, other than to say, coleoptra, probably. One of them may have been a youthful Japanese beetle. I bet.
Song of the day: The Mamas & The Papas, Monday Monday
Yesterday’s Phenology: Sunny Summer Day. There were any number of clouds up there, but they avoided the sun, mostly, as much as they could. Can’t blame them. The sun is pretty darn warm. There was a bit of a northwesterly wind on my bike ride, which made the ride home a bit easier, and the wind picked up a bit later, as we visited the dog park in Hastings. Herons and egrets flying about. Not an awful day. Just a bit warm.
Song of the day: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, with Betty Roche, Take the “A” Train
Song of the day: John Mellencamp, Pink Houses
Yesterday’s Phenology: Fifty-one degrees when I got up; not your usual late June weather in this part of Minnesota. And it was a cool and partly cloudy day, in the low 70s. Saw quite a few dogs out walking their people this evening, after dinner.
Song of the day: Eric Burdon and the Animals, Monterey
Yesterday’s Phenology: A tad on the breeeeezy side, but let’s not quibble. Lots of clouds, and temps in the 70s, after a night with occasional rain. Almost perfect out there today, except for those biking into the wind.
Song of the day: Paul Simon, I Know what I Know
Yesterday’s Phenology: Sunny, clear, very warm, perhaps even hot out in the sun. Not so bad in the shade. A perfect evening to sit outside at the Sea Salt restaurant, enjoying a nice dinner and a delicious beer.
Song of the day: Miles Davis, Summer Night
Yesterday’s Phenology: A good day for working in the yard; partly cloudy and warm with a cooling breeze. Not that you’d want to spend all day working in the yard. But, still, if that’s what you did, it was a good day for it. A little bit of thunder in the early evening as a cold front rolled through. A bit of rain and a huge rainbow. No pot of gold found this time, though.
Song of the day: Sakura, Cherry Blossoms
Yesterday’s Phenology: Well, pretty darn nice. Got up to about 80 today, with a wee bit of breeze. A perfect day for working outside, dog walks, and a long bike ride. And a day off from work!
Song of the day: José Feliciano, Light My Fire
Yesterday’s Phenology: A cool and cloudy day. Nice looking clouds. They tried to rain a bit, and managed to do so, here and there. Temp topped out at 60. Nice.
Song of the day: Jackson Browne, Rock me on the Water
Yesterday’s Phenology: Perfect spring day; rain a bit in the morning, cool and cloudy throughout the day, with moments of rain or drizzle. Probably stayed in the 40s all day. Another good day for reading, bookstores, coffeeshops, and more reading.
Song of the day: Riley Lee, Sanctuary
Yesterday’s Phenology: The temperature warmed up to the lower mid 50s today, and have kind of stayed there all day. It seems chillier. Overcast sky and a bit breezy. Perhaps it didn’t rain today. Not as far as I could tell. A pretty perfect spring day.
Song of the day: Fripp and Eno, Wind on the Water
Yesterday’s Phenology: Another day of stormy skies and rain. Much too nice to spend at work, and yet, there we were. Nice thunderstorm in the evening, just after dinner.
Song of the day: Tom Waits, Make It Rain & Rain Dogs
Yesterday’s Phenology: It was mostly an indoor day today. Cloudy morning, cloudy day, sun came out as I got off work, and a pretty evening. The air smells springy sweet from all the flowerin’ trees. Especially in the early morning.
Song of the day: Ella Fitzgerald, I love Paris
Yesterday’s Phenology: Sunny sky, high in the upper 60s, with a cooling breeze, redolent from the flowering trees, which seem to be everywhere. A few are starting to drop their petels, but many more are full of buds about to open.
song of the day: Grateful Dead, Uncle John’s Band
Yesterday’s Phenology: We actually did get some snow yesterday. Mostly it rained a cold rain through the day, but in the mid afternoon the rain decided to turn to snow for a bit, and we had several million flakes come down on us. Nothing that stuck on the ground, however. But it was a pleasant enough day, rainy and cold and breezy and cloudy, and wet wet wet. Just like we like it.
Song of the day: Pete Seeger, L’Internationale
Yesterday’s Phenology: Another March day, high in the 40s, rained in the morning, and then stopped, though it looked like planned on raining again, and finally did in the later evening. A bit breezy, but generally nice, for March. The spring flowers are loving the cool temps, I think.
Song of the day: Leonard Cohen, Solidarity Forever
Yesterday’s Phenology: In the upper 40s in the early morning, a bit chilly on the bike. Warmed up a bit as day wore on , but still, mostly cloudy and cool, with some gusty breezes.
Song of the day: the Beatles, Hey Jude
Yesterday’s Phenology: Another nice rainy day, until the afternoon, when it stopped raining, and then the sun peeked out a bit. Nice to get the rain. Noticed a ruckus up in the trees as I walked Flynn in the late afternoon, birds, excited, and then a hawk flew out of a spruce and away.
Song of the Day: Spencer Davis Group, Gimme Some Lovin’