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Washington Spring 2011

Cherry trees in Washington 

Spring has arrived in Washington, although it was cool yesterday and today and we had a dusting of snow a couple days ago. But the cherry trees are blooming and robins are out in flocks. I didn't know robins came in flocks.  Here we have some pictures.

Cherry trees

 

Jefferson Memorial & cherries 

Boats on Potomac

Magnolias at Air & Space Museum, Washington 

Blooming trees at FSI 


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Comments

How pretty everything looks! Here in Wisconsin, it's still winter. It was 19 degrees this morning when I got up at 5:30, got up to approximately 40 during the day. I'm still wearing my heavy winter jacket and earmuffs, and I can't wait for some nice weather.

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