My husband’s great uncle, Al Moser, has lived on the same plot of ground for 46 years. As surely as the sun rises and the snow melts, Uncle Al starts gardening when the seasons turn. His accuracy for determining when it’s safe to plant has a much better track record than any groundhog’s prediction.
About two weeks ago, he opened his garage to tune up his lawnmower and put away his snowblower. His tiller is clean and ready. That’s the sign all our North Logan neighbors watch for that marks the coming of spring.