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A zephyr takes the bite out of the winter air and promises blooming crocus and forsythia. It comes as the days are slowly getting longer and any continuing snowfall disappears much more quickly than in the frigid months of January and February. It is the perfect middle between the cold gales and hot gusts that we are so accustomed to.
Anyway, my wish is that this year's spring zephyrs act as positive winds of change, bringing us a kinder, gentler period after the tough few months we've had so far in 2020.
Thanks to all of you who visited during A to Z. I hope my posts brought a bit of joy to your day, and I look forward to seeing you around the internet!
Oh, and here's a taste of what winds can be like in Northern Colorado:
Wow, scary video! A zephyr is definitely preferable.ReplyDelete
Congrats on completing the A-Z!
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Thanks! Congratulations to you, too, Anne!Delete
Funny how you yearn for a westerly. Here, the westerly is not a good thing. It comes from across the inland desert and is bitingly cold in winter (when we usually get them). I always hope for an easterly, lol.ReplyDelete
I think our worst winter winds come from the north, especially if there is a cold front moving in from Canada. But with the mountains to the west of us, we get a lot of bad wind from that direction, too. That's what makes the zephyr special :-)Delete
Oh my gosh, yes, those Colorado zephyr winds are wonderful.ReplyDelete
That video is so scary! I've never liked that particular stretch of I-25 for this very reason. I can't imagine being the ones behind the truck!
I know! So scary for everyone involved. At least the truck didn't crash into anyone else!Delete
Zephyr is my favorite z word. I hope we'll all get some sweet change.ReplyDelete
Congrats on finishing the challenge.
Have a lovely day.
I think it's a fun word, too :-) Thank you for visiting during the challenge!Delete