As the polar winds plunge south, driving summer into a faint memory, all of us - animal and plant - hunker down, waiting for warmth. Up until recently, the weather had been very changeable - mild, then cold, then back to mild, fostering the illusion of the possibility of a mild winter - no more - the cold has snapped seriously now and we dream of warmer days to come watching as the lost light slowly returns. Very cold weather has affected all of us in Waghkonk, solidifying the recent snow and turning what had melted into ice, forcing many to rummage through closets and car-trunks in search of various forms of ice-grippers, which are absolutely essential on all local trails right now. It's

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