Saturday, January 7, 2017

Winter Wonderland 2017

We woke up to a winter wonderland outside. Our high today will be 18 F. I took the photos behind the screen because I didn't want to go outside it's so cold.

The snow won't melt for a couple of days when the temperature is due to go back up again. Luckily we stocked up on supplies. Today we will have split pea soup. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.

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  1. It will be 15 today and it's already up to 6. But, the sun is shining!

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    1. Hi Joanne, thanks, our sun came out too, thank goodness

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  2. Snow looks so pretty if you can stay inside!
    We are expecting more today!
    Toes crossed that winter is short and sweet!

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    1. Hi Suzi, thanks, it does look beautiful, at least this time we got enough to coat everything and stay for a day or two to enjoy.

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  3. We'll be getting more snow here in Maine today, too. :/

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    1. Hi Lori, thanks, we rarely get snow here so it is welcome.

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  4. Yes it's pretty when you can stay inside and watch it thru the windows! I'm getting photos of my place in Idaho, it looks like a forgotten cabin in the forest, so much snow! Here in Austin, it was 18 this a.m. with a wind chill of 10. I cooked a big pot of corn chowder for the week-end. We had split pea soup last night,Yum.
    Stay Cozy and enjoy. It certainly is soup weather.

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    1. Hi Barbara, thanks, yes it is nice to look out and see it but not have to be in it. Our temps are about the same as yours right now.

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  5. That is so pretty. And more than welcome. It is hot here, and going to get hotter.

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    1. Hi Sue, thanks, it's either feast or famine with the weather isn't it.

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  6. We too got a little snow... just flurries, but a little stuck... here in Dallas. The sun is out this afternoon, so what little we had will be gone soon. But I agree, stay inside and enjoy it!

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    1. Hi Rian, thanks, I was happy to see all the snow especially since we were expecting a low of 5 and the snow insulates plants so hopefully most survived.

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  7. stay well, stay warm

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    1. Hi Anna, thanks, I am finally over that long flu, ugh, I heard on the news that it lasts the same for everyone who gets it.

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  8. Such beautiful photos. Enjoy the day.

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    1. Hi Gigi, thanks, I was reading how the big island was getting lots of snow there. it's a snow year I guess

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  9. Such a vast difference to what it is like down this way at present...at any time for us here in Queensland!

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    1. Hi Lee, thanks, something to be said for your weather since so many plants will grow there that won't make it through our winters.

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