… especially in the cemeteries! 🙂
It’s very true, “nobunny” can deny it: when the snow melts, genealogy takes to the outdoors locally: in the cemeteries, in the libraries, and buried in the storage boxes in the basement.
I tend to review all my notes and highlight areas that I need to work on until the snow returns.
Then I print all my research notes and am prepared to start, when work* interrupts!
*substitute whatever makes the sentence true for you.
I am so tempted to inquire on researching full-time, but I have no idea where to start; so, I shelve my notes until … the next time the snow melts.