But Not Yet

Spring arrives low in Vermont and then slowly climbs the mountains, so if you get even halfway up, it’s still like March, as it was yesterday at about 1,600 feet in the middle of Middlesex, above, where the Hunger Mountain and White Rocks section of the Worcester Range is still waiting to catch up with southern and lower parts of the state. Over the weekend, there were blossoms in Burlington and snow on Mount Mansfield, seen from Williston, below, but green is going to win, as it already has at lower elevations in Middlesex, bottom.

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