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Midwinter post-Carnival talking points

February 11, 2014
By RANDY LEWIS (randylewis113@gmail.com) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Just around 8 a.m. on a clear day, the sun rises above the treeline behind our house. Suddenly all our east- and south-facing windows begin to glow, and long puddles of sunlight appear on the interior spaces of my home. My cats know which bed catches the first rays of sunlight, and they are often curled up on blankets in those warm puddles by 8:05. Outdoors where the sun is, it can be 20 below zero. In a puddle of sunlight on a quilted bed, it can feel like 70 degrees on your toes. Staying inside next to a window can be a nice way to spend some quality sunny winter mornings.

 
 

 

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