Friday, January 27, 2012

After the Storm

We don't get snow very often, so I love it, especially when we are at the cabin.

Almost as good are the clear blue skies after the storm. Above is a view of my floating garden with Goat Island beyond.

This shot is from our friend John's deck looking up Powell Lake to Chippewa Bay. Want to come visit? There are float cabins for rent by the day and week. But be careful, you may never want to leave. -- Margy

15 comments:

  1. A great photo, - lovely colours!
    Happy Friday to you!

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  2. is a new and lovely day. Happy sky watching.

    Skywatch

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  3. Two great shots! - though I am very much not a snow lover!

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  4. I'm loving the view from John's Deck - John is a very lucky fella!

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  5. Beautiful photos.

    Regards and best wishes

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  6. Oh, I see arbutus trees from John's deck. Wait for me, I'm on my way!
    Well, maybe not in winter.
    Sigh.
    Absolutely gorgeous, Margy.
    K

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  7. Beautiful photos Margy..we have had some interesting weather these past couple of weeks haven't we? Happy weekend to you!

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  8. Looks as though you have found an extraordinary place. You're right, there wouldn't be any reason to leave. Thanks for stopping by. I'll be sure to visit again. ~Diana

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  9. Such beautiful pictures. I love looking at the snow but not being in it xxx

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  10. So pretty! Snow by the water seems more crystalline to me, for some reason. xx

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  11. You certainly live in an incredible place. I haven't been up to BC for years, but one of these days I'll get my passport and venture back up that way! Have a great weekend1

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  12. Thanks everyone for stopping by to comment on my SWF photos. I really appreciate the time and effort.

    Yes Kay, Arbutus trees. We have quite a few all around the lake shore in the lower reaches. We have some on our bluff, but they are way high up and out of view unless you are on the other side of the bay.

    Margy

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  13. Oh, the beauty of the place.

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