Tuesday, March 9, 2010

3/10 Outdoor Wednesday # 61

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The weather was warm today. I think it got up to 73 degrees! Some signs of Spring everywhere!

Daffodils……

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Japanese Magnolias ready to bloom…

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Woodpecker at the bird feeder…

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41 comments:

  1. We are starting to see signs too! Took a trip through Northern Louisiana and Mississippi this weekend and saw lots of daffodils blooming. And our flowering fruit trees here are starting to bud out. It cannot come a minute too soon! Love the photo of the woodpecker. Kathy

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  2. It is lovely to see these beautiful signs of Spring!

    Happy Outdoor Wednesday and thanks for hosting us all again.

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  3. It's so much fun to see signs of Spring. thank you for hosting this weekly event Susan...

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  4. Spring is looking mighty pretty in your neck of the woods!

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  5. Beautiful spring photos. No new spring growth around here in Minnesota just yet, but it is actually raining instead of snowing today, so that is a good sign! Thanks for the meme...very nice, I love it.

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  6. Susan, Thanks for sharing your dafodils. We are not quite there yet in the north, so I am so happy to see these cheery blooms.
    Yvonne

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  7. My daffodils are running late this year, but I am so glad to finally see them!

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  8. 73? I was thrilled with 49 today. Perspective. It is so nice to see spring arriving.

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  9. We were also blessed with a nice sunny day today. So many things starting to bud out. Just hope they do not get killed by another cold spell. Your flowers are very pretty.

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  10. Hi Susan,
    Don't you just love this time of year? Spring is starting to show here, too, and I am so happy!
    Thanks for hosting us every week, hope you have a great one.
    XO
    Heidi - Heart and Home

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  11. Just found your blog through Vignet Design. I LOVE it! Your outdoor pictures are beautiful and I enjoyed them very much. You have a new follower! I'm off to visit some of the other blogs listed.
    Patricia :o)

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  12. It is so exciting to go out in the garden & see signs of Spring!! Yay!!!

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  13. I can tell the 'change' too - it's really coming - and so is the rain!

    Sandie

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  14. Thanks so much for hosting, Susan..
    I made a boo-boo on my first link...could you just delete it? The 2nd one is ok...
    Thanks!!

    Love your photos!

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  15. What beautiful signs of spring. I only have a few visible daffodil leaves poking out of the ground. It will be at least a month or more before any flowers here! Lucky you!

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  16. Spring is definitely sprung. The birds are chirping like crazy! Love your posts.

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  17. LOVE watching birds... must fill my birdfeeder!

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  18. Susan,
    Thanks for hosting each week!

    Blessings

    barbara jean

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  19. Susan, I love your daffodils, it is a welcome sign. Great shot of the woodpecker.

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  20. YEAH...beautiful. I LOVE snow and we actually had quite a bit more than our normal amount this year...but the cold seems to no longer be my friend. I am loving everybodys posts of their first signs of Spring...

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  21. Oh those are definitely signs of spring, and your bird feeder is awesome!

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  22. Good morning Susan. I saw daffodils here yesterday. I was thrilled. I love your signs of spring. Come on spring. Your photos make me smile.
    Enjoy your day.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  23. Beautiful Spring Pics!
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  24. It is begining to look like spring here, the cottonwood trees have buds and so do the willows but my flowers are just begining to poke up through to ground. I don't know what they are because the owner before us planted them. I do like spring surprizes!

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  25. Think of me here on the frozen tundra as you enjoy your beautiful spring with flowers and birds.

    Blessings,
    Necel from the Old House in Texas

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  26. I too am finally seeing the first signs of spring. Love your daffodils! Thank you for hosting OW!

    ~ Tracy

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  27. Daffodills and magnolias -
    Lovely!
    You're a bit ahead of us in the arrival of Spring, but it's coming -
    definitely Almost Here!

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  28. For some reason I never seem to see woodpeckers in my yard. And oh, I didn't plant daffodils, one of my favorites!
    Brenda

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  29. Those are so pretty Susan! Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

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  30. Beautiful shots of spring arriving in your neck of the woods! I am so ready for it to arrive here as well. All of your photos are so wonderful!

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  31. Beautiful! Wish I had these views! I'm officially jealous!

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  32. Spring certainly has sprung in your area. In Illinois we are experiencing one gray day after another. Yesterday we had fog. Today we are experiencing rain. But, I still find beauty in the details. Love your blog. Thanks for being a hostess.
    Joyce M

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  33. Lovely signs of Spring ... beautiful yellow daffodils and delightful birds ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  34. Japanese Magnolias are some of my favorite trees. They are true signs of spring.

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  35. And we have still snow here! MB

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  36. Lovely pictures Susan. I joined in today, it's getting nice and warm here in TX and we're already starting on our veggie beds.

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  37. I like daffodils, it must be spring there now in your end now that the flowers are starting to bloom

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