6 Ways To Know It’s Spring In The Hudson Valley
With the start of spring in the Hudson Valley, local residents have a lot to look forward to.
Spring is one of the happiest seasons. After a long winter, we can look forward to hearing the brighter days, more outdoor activities and a boost of serotonin.
Warmer days, sunnier weather and sounds of birds singing their songs are ways that we get greeted in the morning during spring. At night, we may experience the sound of spring peepers, tree frogs and owls.
Lately, it seems as if everyone is a bit happier thanks to mother nature. Along with better weather, our neighborhood hangout spots, community events and local activities have also resumed.
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6 Ways To Know It's Spring In The Hudson Valley
I always know that spring has started when I first hear the sound of spring peepers. This may also consist of flowers start to blossom, the greenery throughout mother nature and return of several wildlife critters.
Others may also agree and share their opinions too.
As we are different people, we notice things differently as well. While someone takes an interest in a woodpecker in the tree on a soothing morning, someone else may notice a lawnmower humming noise during their breakfast.
On WRRV, a Facebook post asked local residents to share their opinion.
The question stated:
"Tell me it’s spring in the Hudson Valley without telling me it’s spring in the Hudson Valley, GO!"
Hudson Valley residents were not shy when it came to answering this question. Let's take a look at ways we can notice that it's spring in the Hudson Valley from all age groups and different locations.
Here Are 6 Ways To Know It's Spring In The Hudson Valley
Eat Your Way Through The Hudson Valley With The Best Ice Cream
I have always enjoyed stopping by my favorite local ice cream shops and choosing a new flavor. Whether it's a hot fudge sundae, chocolate peanut butter ice cream in a cone, or an ice cream sandwich, count me in.
The Hudson Valley has strange ice cream flavors. From lemon poppyseed to thai iced tea and barn boots, there aren't any boring flavors in our area.
A 'Premiere' Hudson Valley treat shop was expanding their space during the winter months to prepare for a busy summer season.
Thankfully, we have a large selection of local ice cream shops to visit in the Hudson Valley.