November Folklore

I can never remember if it's "red sky at night, sailors take flight" or "red sky at night, sailors' delight" or is it "red sky in the morning, sailors take warning," ... Oh dear. Time to reach for The Old Farmer's Almanac!

Seriously, what's more fun than folklore, and what better source for folklore than the omniscient Old Farmer's Almanac?

As November draws to a close, here's a look back at some old New England folklore about this month . .

  • November take flail; let ships no more sail.
  • If trees show buds in November, the winter will last until May.
  • There is no better month in the year to cut wood than November.
  • Ice in November brings mud in December.
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