It's about that time of year when we northerners get sick of the inside of our own homes and offices and with always checking weather forecast before going much of any distance at all.
Sometimes about now through March we'll go somewhere we don't need to be just to go somewhere.
It must have been much worse for cabin living homesteaders back in the day, hence the name .
We kind of wake up with the return of the sun but are still surounded by snow and cold.
Because part of this seems to be light based and possibly connected to but not the same as SAD, I wondered if anyone else felt it and how far south cabin fever was felt?