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This is the Web home of R&M Creative Endeavors. Here you will find lots of family-friendly material relating to one of our favorite animals, the fox.


Enthusiasm
Can take you many places,
If you work at it.
- A Hopeful Haiku    



It's Friday. Welcome back to the FoxWeb!

There's a full moon this weekend. If you get a chance, sneak out and look towards the south pole where a Texas company has just made the first American lunar landing in 50 years. It's not quite a Neil Armstrong moment, but it's still pretty nifty if you're a fan of the space program.

This moon is called a Snow Moon, because we're still early enough in the year when we should be seeing some snow. The National Weather Service says February is statistically the snowiest month, which is what you get if you rely on statistics. Spring is making a surprise appearance here in Oz, and we're already getting early Summertime temperatures. Hopefully this doesn't hint at extra-hot temps once we actually get to Summer; who knows, maybe we'll see a blizzard heading our way sometime before we hit 80F.

Stay tuned, but don't hold your breath on that one.

This full moon is a Micro-Moon (the opposite of a Super Moon), meaning it is as far from the Earth as the moon can get. It's tempting to wonder if the moon knows something we don't, but make of it what you will.

Whatever is happening in your part of the world, we hope you find ways to enjoy it. The weekend is here, so get in some recreation and relaxation when you can, and maybe do something productive, just for fun. We'll be back on Monday; until then, take care - and be of Great Cheer, y'hear?!



If you'd like to share some Cheer with us OzFoxes, our e-Mail address is:

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P.O. Box 273
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WHAT'S NEW - Updated Feb 23 '24
It's Wednesday, so there's a new
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