It's just about spring. Snow has fallen in March and the cold winds mean we still have the heater on and can't do much in the gardens. Still, there is much to do inside to plan for spring.
My basement is full of seedlings and plants that will move outside in mid-April.
Goldfish, frogs, tadpoles all will go outside. We keep crickets in the green-lined butterfly mesh cages.
At the end of March there was quite a bit of snow on the ground
Ari and Hank play in the last of the snow that melted in one warm day
My greenhouse was surrounded by snow but stayed very warm inside as you can see by the window thermometer:
An oppossum wandered over the pond and stood still while I took her picture
My son Tosh standing on the frozen pond--not recommended unless you're right next to the shore