Mud Season is here and I couldn't be happier!

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Real Estate Agent with Tri-Cities Real Estate

Maybe it's because I spent 10 years in the carpet business and have no carpeted rooms in my home, but I am glad to get rid of the snow and especially the ICE and have good old mud.  The Treasure Valley (border area of Idaho and Oregon NW of Boise)  is high desert so the mud won't last long.  In fact the farmers will be out in the fields in the Sunny Slope area SW of Boise any time.  AND ARE WE EVER READY FOR SPRING!  Renewal, hope, flowers, sunshine, love, romance, enthusiasm, all things that will help our area and our country smile again and regain our spirit!  Now if our marketing people can figure out ways of making thrift thrilling, prudence perky, earnestness exciting and caution carefree we'll be "cooking with gas".

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