From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
Jennifer and I have a silly little game we play on our first RV trip south each year as we escape the long Midwestern winter.
We go on a search for spring.
We have some markers.
The grass has to be predominantly green. Some trees or shrubs need to be in bloom. And the temperature has to be over 70. Once all three conditions are met, the place where we encounter it is – by our reckoning – officially the place where spring begins.
And today, I am happy to report that the north/south line between winter and spring officially stands at the Tennessee/Alabama border.
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