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Waiting for Spring: GBBD, March 2017

In many parts of the United States, March is a spring month. In Maine, although we may enjoy occasional spring-like days, March is still winter and a time of not-so-patiently waiting for spring. 244 more words

Seasons

Two free cold climate wind energy reports out from IEA Wind Task 19 expert group

Wind energy in cold climates (encompassing both low temperatures and icing climates) is expanding rapidly with an amazing 12 GW/year rate [1] equivalent of 4,000 large 3MW wind turbines. 383 more words

Ville Lehtomäki

Winter Interest

There’s a great deal of discussion in gardening circles about what gardeners can plant in their gardens to provide “winter interest.” I wonder if this is primarily a concern of those who live in climates where winter dormancy is combined with a bleak winter landscape and drab, gray winter days. 205 more words

Seasons

Warm Colors for a Cold, White Season: GBBD, February 2017

February is typically the coldest and snowiest month in Maine, and it can easily seem like the longest month of the year. After an unusually warm January, I was feeling a bit complacent about this winter, but that changed with the arrival of February. 251 more words

Seasons

Tremble in the cold

Living in a cold climate country, it’s obvious other people who comes to visit think it’s always like that. This winter it’s been quite mild actually. 575 more words

Writing Challenges

Cold Thoughts

Bone chilling wind, frost bite on my hands, smell of a giant freezer, exhaling smoke, my mind numb, these are the thoughts that come to my mind when in Europe or North America. 247 more words

Philosophy