Monthly Archives: March 2013

Easter Weekend in Chincoteague

One of the things I love about Chincoteague is its natural environment. The rolling breakers, an endless sea, and the waterfowl that migrate up and down the East Coast all remind me of the beauty of God’s creation–and of his … Continue reading

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March 6, storms, and Chincoteague

The snow falling outside my window here in Virginia is unusual for March, but not unprecedented. One of the most memorable March storms happened 51 years ago today: the great Ash Wednesday storm of 1962, one of the most damaging … Continue reading

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Snow!

With a significant snowstorm on the way to the Washington area (the Capital Weather Gang is calling it “Snowquester”), I started thinking about snowflakes. Descending, they’re beautiful. ¬†Collectively, they transform my usual world into a fairyland. Under my tires, well…I’m … Continue reading

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