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MPV Podcast

ReStarting the Podcast

Published On: March 4, 2019

It’s been a while, but I am starting the MPV Podcast again. In this episode, I go over some of the reasons why I have decided to start up again.

OK Winter… I’ve had enough

Published On: March 1, 2019

Happy March 1st to everyone out there.  Soon the tulips and daffodils will be sprouting, the birds will be singing and the warm sunshine will be turning Winter’s dreary into a pallet of beautiful colors. Here in New England, that is not the situation right now. Let me start by saying that we have not […]

ARCTIC FRONT | Taking a walk in January

Published On: January 7, 2019

Well, it’s January here in New England.  January is usually the coldest month of the year with major Arctic Fronts, but not this year, so far.  This Winter season has been much warmer than normal with temperatures in the 40’s.  Not bad seeing that in 2018 we had a low temperature of -7° on this […]

Where is Spring?

Published On: March 15, 2017

Today is March 15th which means that we should be starting to plant flowers, reseeding our lawns and getting ready for the warmer weather. right?  Not this year, as of the time that I am writing this blog post (1:49PM) it is a balmy 29° outside and there is over a foot of snow on […]

Mother Nature Has PMS

Published On: February 15, 2017

I knew that we couldn’t get through the whole Winter Season without Mother Nature PMS’ing.  Three snowstorms have hit the Southern New England area this past weekend leaving a total of 21″ of snow on the ground. So far this Winter, we had been lulled into a false sense of security with relatively mild temperatures […]