Republished with permission from The Vermont Standard
Cold, cold, cold but at least those wind gusts have subsided! This month seems to be moving along quickly & already the daylight hours are noticeably longer, which is always encouraging.
I have noticed a multitude of squirrels in our yard & also 3 male turkeys seem to be gleaning some fallen seed from our bird feeder. Shirley & Bob Billings have been gathering squirrels in a “have a heart” trap to disperse them elsewhere, but a bobcat thought that might be an easy meal when he was wandering through their yard. Catching a glimpse of this elusive creature is something that I have been longing to do!
Just a reminder that Worship is continuing at Tyson Church & I was actually able to attend yesterday. Please note that a telephone has been installed & the answering machine is being checked regularly. The number is 228-4770.
I do not view this column as a way to discuss my current health situation, although a number of people seem to want to keep updated. Melissa set up this site for me, so I am noting it here. http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/margomarrone
The changes at the Plymouth Post Office will begin 1/28/13 with the new window hours being from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM & from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM, on Monday through Friday. On Sat. the hours are 8:00 AM until noon. There will be no changes in delivery & the lobby will open to PO Box holders from 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM, M-F.