** A dilettante's journey in gardening
Not terribly kind in New England either this a.m., but as your photos show, there is still a kind of beauty to be found...
"Deadliest Catch" cold LOL. So there are no king crabs scuttling around your yard then? :)
We had some balmy days here in CO and now we are in for some snow. It was fifty-fve...crazy warm for us. I hope you have plenty of warm drinks to keep you toasty.
Cyndy - the frigid cold does seem to lock everything in place (much easier to take pictures) except for the bunnies; I've come to the conclusion I have a 'bunny freeway' in my backyard!Kyna - I was going to make a 'Capt.Phil' comment, but figured my audience might be pretty small! ..and strangely, no king crabs in the backyard, just a lot of bunny tracks.... ;o)Rosey - promise you'll keep the good weather!?! My family & I are heading to Estes Park for a Colorado Christmas at the end of the week! (BTW - it was Bacardi & eggnog tonight! It did make me warm on the inside!!)
I like your snow images. It is funny, I just used that title too on my GBBD post. It is cold everywhere it seems.
You know it's been cold when 29F feels warm. Your images capture that cold feeling so well.
It is way too cold up there for a southerner with thin blood. Love the frozen yard art, makes you wonder what else is under the snow.
GWGT - I saw your post title too, when I was on Blotanical! Great minds..... :) <thanks for the kudos on the pictures - my daughter swiped my camera, so I swiped her pictures! Ms.McG - thanks for stopping by again! Your comment about '29F feeling warm' made me smile --- SO true. Lifeshwy - I appreciate your 'thin blood', but hasn't it been freakishly cold by you too? ('Frozen yard art'! You just inspired me, for my next "hunt" for a +30 point submission to the 'Yard Art Game'!)
It will be spring soon. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. jim and pat