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« on: 20/03/2008 02:51:51 »
Even though it is possibly snowing in the Costwolds, according to Doctor Beaver, by the time most of you read this in The UK, it will be

SPRING !

It arrive(s)(d) at 05:48 GMT - OK, Universal Time.

YEA! Beltaine will be here in six or so weeks, so we Naked Scientist can get naked and ... well, party!

OK where's the party - er, fertility ritual, take place?  Your 6 acres, Doctor?

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« Reply #1 on: 20/03/2008 02:56:54 »
 4 more hours on my end! YAYYYYYYYYYY!
 

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« Reply #2 on: 20/03/2008 07:14:10 »
Jim - I dare say something could be arranged
 

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« Reply #3 on: 20/03/2008 11:07:26 »
I have a window box we could party in !....


I know you may think it might not have the capacity but it is a large window box !
 

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« Reply #4 on: 20/03/2008 11:56:28 »
LOL LOL..Its just light here now....

Neily does that mean we get to be the first flowers of spring...or breakfast for Sheepy......LOL

all of our flower eating critters loved the first flowers and new tender blades of grass and other lovely planter sunshine!
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« Reply #5 on: 20/03/2008 12:10:35 »
It may be the 1st day of spring in the calendar but here it's grey,
cold and horrible also very unspring-like. brrrrrr
 

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« Reply #6 on: 20/03/2008 16:27:20 »
It may be the 1st day of spring in the calendar but here it's grey,
cold and horrible also very unspring-like. brrrrrr

Is that not a typical English spring.
 

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« Reply #7 on: 20/03/2008 17:15:21 »
Not compared to the previous few years and in 2006 it was aleady
getting warm but it is a lot colder today. It's mid-march as we know
where's spring gone????
 

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« Reply #8 on: 20/03/2008 18:52:54 »
Jim - I dare say something could be arranged

Perhaps we should discuss this further - we could be make believe pagans for a night. It would be "interesting" to say the least and we could write it up as an experiment in anthropological investigations of how the Celts lived. You know, "do it" for science.
 

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« Reply #9 on: 20/03/2008 22:58:43 »
Jim - I dare say something could be arranged

Perhaps we should discuss this further - we could be make believe pagans for a night.


I wouldn't have to be a make-believe pagan. I'm a real one.
 

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« Reply #10 on: 21/03/2008 01:09:12 »
All the better.
 

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« Reply #11 on: 21/03/2008 03:59:20 »
Jim - I dare say something could be arranged

Perhaps we should discuss this further - we could be make believe pagans for a night. It would be "interesting" to say the least and we could write it up as an experiment in anthropological investigations of how the Celts lived. You know, "do it" for science.


Not sure that neo-pagans can really be regarded as authentic celts (after all, where are the human sacrifices).
 

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« Reply #12 on: 29/03/2008 21:56:57 »
Actually, meteorological spring started on the 1st of the month.
 

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« Reply #13 on: 29/03/2008 22:14:56 »
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spring (spring)  n.

                       The season between winter and summer,
                       marked by the budding and growth of
                       plants and the onset of warmer weather:
                       in the Northern Hemisphere from the
                       March equinox to the June solstice; in
                       the Southern Hemisphere from the
                       September equinox to the December
                       solstice.
 

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« Reply #14 on: 29/03/2008 22:22:11 »
That is astronomical spring. Meteorological spring begins on the first of the month.
 

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