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Today, courtesy of the Greater Vernon Museum and Archives, we travel back to 1958
The days of winter are drawing to close with the spring solstice approaching on March 20.
But just because the calendar tells us it’s spring, doesn’t mean it necessarily feels like it. Sometimes we choose to rely on other signs, even hoping a ground hog and his shadow will indicate when we can expect warmer weather.
So we want to know when do you consider it to be spring?
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