Snowflakes were in the air today, but just a trace fell, and no measurable accumulation, and so the first 10 days of March have passed with no new snow to speak of.
A herd of vigilant geese were on the golf course today. They would stalk unwary golfers and wait for putting antics to begin--when the geese would then launch furious hissing attacks and wing beatings, forcing the golfers back into the clubhouse! It was very exciting watching, probably the most exciting thing that has happened at any golf course anywhere over the past 100 years.
After watching that for a while, I ran on some very icy trails up top. Strangely, the trails weren't slippery though, at least for the most part. I was very careful anyway. At one point some geese reinforcements flew overhead, no doubt headed for the gold course.