Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Snow for the Holidays

We've had two snow storms with cold weather in between. That allowed the snow to stick around until yesterday when rain and warmer weather arrived.

I can't complain. There was just enough snow to make this city girl from Southern California happy.

Our float cabin home dusted in snow.

We stayed indoors watching the snow come down, snuggled in front of the woodstove. This last week it sure has gone through the firewood quick! It's amazing what a difference there is between -1 and +1 Celsius.

A winter-like view from our cabin porch.

All that snow tempted me to make a natural snow cone. Head on over to my other blog, Margy Meanders, to get a taste. -- Margy

12 comments:

  1. Your pics look like paradise. What a wonderful life you have.
    The Eagle pics are from the Nooksack river. Some where the North and South forks meet. Last year the trees were loaded with Eagles we are a little early this year. So right after we Christmas we will get back up there . It is very close to us
    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays
    MB

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    1. Thanks for the location. We may get out next week in Wayne's little vroom vroom car that we can only drive here in the States. - Margy

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  2. Wow - so very very pretty!

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    1. Thanks. We had more snow this year. - Margy

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  3. Beautiful scene with a dusting of snow!

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    1. Nothing like you get I'm sure. - Margy

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  4. Isn't it beautiful??!!!
    I built a snowman yesterday. My first real exercise in a month. Still coughing. :-(

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    1. I built a snow cone and ate it. Does that count? - Margy

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  5. Fabulous scenes Margy - thank you for sharing. Hope you have enjoyed a special Christmas

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    1. Thank you, it's been a quiet but wonderful holiday season for us. - Margy

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  6. Great photos - the first one is my favorite - absolutely fabulous!!!!!!!

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    1. The snow didn't last long enough to get one with a blue sky, but it does have a misty look with the gray clouds. - Margy

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