Beautiful shots, lg. Makes me think of whipping cream when the snow clings to everything. We've had some of that, too, and it's so lovely to look at and photograph.I hope you are staying warm. We're in artic temps here...totally unseasonal and totally hard to get used to! But Riley is LOVING it! :)
Talon-My dogs are trying to use me as a BIG stick as they cannot locate any because of the 18 inches of snow! Arrgggh.
Talon-It is 7 degrees here with winds gusting to 36MPH. What are your temps?
Go Riley. Go Riley.:):)
I hope you all have enough food and such, lg. It sure is beautiful though.
Lynn- We made it out to Walmart tonight (we shoveled our LARGE driveway out and the plow came through late in the afternoon. ) But we had plenty of food anyway! We got fun stuff, like more long underwear and ingredients to make cookies (and the like...):) Thank you for your concern! It will only get (quite) hard if our power (heat) goes out; although last year (Dec 25th) we had to burn wood for 4 days with the power out due to a bad bad ice storm.
Gorgeous photos, you live amongst beautiful scenery!
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