It is supposedly winter in Downeast Maine, but we beg to differ. It has been so warm that it feels like spring. Perhaps winter has bypassed us this year. While the thought of snow boots is daunting, the wild Maine blueberries need a snow covering to recuperate from their summer's work. Selfishly we are delighted to see a perpetual spring, but if we want to keep having wild Maine blueberries to eat, then we need a blanket of snow. Well, at least for a little while.