End of the Annual Ice Age?

The right to “bare arms” is one that Americans hold dearly.

For the first time in a long time, bare arms were visible in the great outdoors on Friday. Several people were wearing t-shirts, as the temperatures climbed into the 50-s.

“54 or 56 degrees, I said that's it, I’ve got to get out,
It’s that warm,” said John Miller who was hitting golf balls at Bobick’s driving range.

At Sam Adams Elementary School in Cassopolis,
The gloves came off, as did many of the coats.

“When she announced on the announcements today that we were going to have outdoor recess you could hear throughout the school, “yeah!” said principal Betty Ivers.

“We've been in, people have been stir crazy, the adults
and the kids need to get out get a little exercise and fresh air.”

Winter is a long way from gone at Swiss Valley Ski Area in Jones, Michigan.
Snow enthusiasts were out in full force there on Friday.

According to Kevin Scanlon of South bend,
“The kids just love to snow board. They love the park, so looked like it might be our last chance, so, we’re going to try it today.”


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