This coming Saturday, I am supposed to take two friends turkey hunting. One of the friends has never gone afield for turkeys, so I am very much looking forward to taking him. Virginia's two-week winter turkey season in January is a great time to introduce people to the wonders of turkey hunting.
But the forecast for Friday is for five inches or more of snow, so I spent part of my time today bringing firewood from our outdoor woodpile to our garage where we store wood.
I have to confess I will be quite content if there is snow or not. If the snowfall does not happen, I will have a great time trying to find and call in birds for my friends. If I am snowed in for the weekend, I will start the wood stove on Friday and be content to sit by the fire, work on stories, and play Scrabble with Elaine. I think she is planning to bake a blackberry pie for the weekend and prepare some kind of wild turkey dish. It's a win-win situation for me.