Is this a sign of spring in Florida? The random roving armadillo? Not sure, but this little guy was going to town in our backyard a few days ago, snuffling through the grass for bugs. Every time the cats came out to look at him, he'd curl up and go very still. The cats would get bored and walk away. I think they thought he was a rock.Unfortunately, we think he also chewed through one of the wires that connects the solar heating element to the pool pump. Good thing it was still under warranty. Other than that, spring comes to Florida the same way summer does in other states - days that reach into the low 80's, but the nights are still high 50's, low 60's. It's a lovely time of year since there is very little humidity. We call it our Hawaii season and live with the doors wide open. Yesterday all I wanted to do was lounge in front of the open slider where I could see the blue sky and the sunshine and listen to the birds and the sound of the water.
What's spring like in your neck of the woods? Are there signs of it yet?