We had another spring snowstorm here in Vermont. It began early Tuesday morning and as of Wednesday morning, it’s still coming down hard. I have 6 inches at my house in Essex Junction, with up to 18 inches being reported around the area and in the mountains. I spent part of my day at UVM wandering the campus and trying to juxtapose the snow with signs of spring. To view more images, visit the Medical Photography website.
The Proctor Maple Research Center, UVM’s very own sugar house, sponsored a Sugar on Snow party on Tuesday in front of the Bailey Howe Library. A fitting spring event considering the weather!
Cherry blossoms and snow on UVM’s central campus.
Some sad news for my family. The heavy, wet snow collapsed 6 key limbs and the upper portion of the trunk on the pear tree in our front yard. This tree was planted about 4 years ago in memory of my wife’s mother, and we were thrilled this spring with how it has grown. I’m not sure how we will prune it and how it will regain it’s shape.