If you live in the northeast, you know about mud season. Squeezed in between winter and spring, it can run anywhere from the last part of March to the beginning of May.
It sounds boring, but there's so much to do:
- hunt for bird and insect tracks
- watch mud dry
- paint with mud
- take a mud bath
- make mud pies
- measure mud depth
- test its friction coefficient - mud hockey anyone?