I saw reluctant morning skies over White Bear Lake this week, Both the daylight and I were slow to awaken.
Eventually the grey clouds dissipated but not before a fisherman had shoved off into the water and cast his first line.
Spring is edging its way closer to us in spite of a couple of nights of frost. I've noticed two Blue Herons, four white egrets, a flock of cormorants, and a few wooducks out and about in the brisk air.
Factoid: one must be tough as leather to live in Minnesota. . .and like to fish! I'm linking these pics to Skywatch Friday.