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Cabin Fever Lecture Series - Canada Lynx: A Vermont Resident?

On Thursday, January 12,  at the Ilsley Public Library in Middlebury, Otter Creek Audubon held our first of three Cabin Fever Lecture series presentation of the winter. 98 more words


cabin fever

I understand the snow and bone chilling cold are par for the course in the tundra but I have officially gone stir crazy. After bugging everyone around me for entertainment, I figured I had better settle in and find a few ways to distract myself. 154 more words

A Simple Guide

A Snow Day Turned Into a Lesson Learned

I officially survived the blizzard that hit us here in Virginia Beach on Saturday and Sunday and I actually gained something from the experience.

I was so excited for it to snow, but growing up in this area has taught me that snow is pretty rare in our neck of the woods. 1,096 more words


I Wonder If the Donner Party Had This Problem

This week has been about stress.

Sorry, this was supposed to be the latest Puddles and Whiskers, but due to the following:

Daily Thought

Down Hill

In my book Cabin Fever Greg needs a song that is very sad and talks about going down hill from his life in previous years. He has no money and school is getting worse and worse for him, so he needs a very sad and depressing song.

The man from Planning, he say 'Yes'!

So last Friday, 6 January, Peter had a pre-planning meeting with Stephen Baughan, the Planning Officer, and his junior.  They’d had a chance to look at a packet of papers relating to our cabin proposals and decided to give them the green(ish) light.  288 more words

Cabin Fever


set my thoughts on a track against winter, the handcuffs of death-brain still don’t qualify as a finish line.

It’s only summer in my mind when I can feel it on my face, remember the mania that somehow gave us the hottest winter on record, devoid of ice, think I fashioned myself as weather god, goddess, etc. 140 more words