Strange … I don’t recall seeing a single wooly worm yet this year. Usually I see thousands of them. Is this just one more strange thing taking place in 2020? I don’t ever remember this happening before. I wonder if it has any significance? One good thing about it is that I am not riding over them. I hate riding over animals with the exception of Canadian geese. Those critters I hate with a passion. They are like a “flying rat” in my book … absolutely good for nothing. But hey … getting back to wooly worms … have any of you seen any this year? One question comes to mind … “What’s up, doc”? Curious minds want to know. What is going on? What does the future hold?
Wooly worms, also known as wooly bears … According to folklore, the amount of black on the woolly bear in autumn varies proportionately with the severity of the coming winter in the locality where the caterpillar is found. The longer the woolly bear’s black bands, the longer, colder, snowier, and more severe the winter will be.
Hey, do you suppose since I have not seen a single wooly worm it means that we are not going to have winter at all this year? Naw! I don’t think so. I have heard different things as to what kind of a winter we are going to have … everything from very mild to very harsh. I am sure hoping to be able to keep on riding thruout the winter. Mr. Wooly Worm apparently isn’t interested in helping a guy out this year. Oh well, like the the ground hog ya can’t trust ’em anyway. I just wanna …
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