What a beautiful few days we've been having here in Northern Vermont. After so much rain and flooding it's nice to have a few days of sun and warmth. I know I said I would be back in full swing soon, but we've got a lot on our plates at the moment.
Morel season should be in full swing soon. For those of you who don't know what a morel is, here's a link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morel They taste absolutely amazing and they grow wild in the woods. We took a stroll down the bike path a couple days ago to see if we could find any, but we didn't. We did however end up finding about 5lbs. of false morels. They're poisonous though, so it wasn't very productive.
Fiddlehead season is full-blast at the moment too. With all the recent flooding it's made for some interesting locales for fiddleheads to pop up. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiddlehead for those who are curious. We've already picked about 5lbs. of those as well and we've found quite a few areas of abundance just waiting for the harvest.
I haven't had much time to comment on blogs lately, but do know that I am still here, still reading, enjoying, supporting, and recommending all of your blogs! We're expecting rain in the next few days so I'll be shut in and have a little extra time.
My question to all of you is: What kind of fun things have you been doing since the cold weather broke? What kinds of things do you have planned for the rest of the spring and into summer?