As you may have noticed, I have migrated to a spring template. Once done, I realized that it might be somewhat similar to the one I once put together for Cuppa. Well, it’s more similar than I had thought.
They are different pink flowers, but the color scheme is pretty much the same as you can see, above. I had a yellowy-daffodily spring template on Raindrops. Maybe I will try to do somethign similar over here. But this one will have to suffice for now.
I have been getting antsy for spring for sometime now. It doesn’t help when y’all from down south post pictures of your gardens and talk of teatime on the deck.
Yesterday, I showed you that I drove to Temples Sugar Camp with the grandlets. It made a good turn-around spot. But, having seen it, I couldn’t wait to take Cuppa out for breakfast. Except it was lunch by the time we got there. And there was nobody in the place except Cuppa and me, even it it wasn’t yet a quarter to three.
Except for the worker bees who did claim that there had been quite a few customers earlier.
The food was good. I usually have the French Toast here because they do it the way that I like it, but I went with the omelette etc this time. There should be another opportunity to sample the fare because I can pretty well guarantee that we’ll be back at least once and maybe twice before the place closes down at the end of April when the maple sap/syrup season comes to an end. (Actually, Temples opens on Sunday mornings all year round.)
As much as I long for spring, winter hangs on.
Winter and spring will battle it out for the next month and probably longer. It’s the way it is in these here parts. I don’t mind winter so much, but it does overstay its welcome.