This is the latest custom-stock BSA patch that we had done for our ski trip. It truly exemplifies what the weather was then and just about today.
In the hills, they call this "Redbud Winter", because it is cold all of a sudden and the redbuds just happen to be in bloom. It can be Dogwood Winter or Blackberry Winter, when and if it gets cold and that particular tree is in bloom.
I don't get it? It definitely is a mountain thing, but since I've been here longer than I have the flat lands, I'll just have to go with it.
Distinctive cultural norms are like custom-stock patches. They remind of us of who we are and where we come from.
Do they make binders and plastic sheets for cultural norms?