Mud Season

I explained to a friend who has just moved to New England that here we don’t just go from winter to spring, but rather winter to mud season to black fly season. She thought I was joking.

Mud season is here, though there are still a couple of feet of snow on the ground. Dog walks are slogs through ice, snow, and mud (and lots of towels are needed after).

Still, I don’t mind this time of year. The ground that has been frozen for months is slowly waking up.



About anewenglanderslife

Hi, I'm Elle. I live in a small town in New England. I love to cook, bake, eat, be outside and active, and go on adventures.
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One Response to Mud Season

  1. Annie says:

    I’m a recent New Hampshire transplant and locals are telling me the same thing. It’s Mud Season, not spring!

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