Friday, February 16, 2018

Out and About
















































Bottled Just a Day Earlier

11 comments:

  1. ahhhhhhhh....thanks for this! Love the animals...brings a genuine smile.

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  2. Are you having a milder winter than usual up there--so far?

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    1. The last few years have been fairly mild during January and February, then the cold and snow return. Although we have always been subject to the late March/early April snow storm, those are more aberrant. In recent years, however, we've had enough late snow and cold weather to make it feel like we are living in northern rather than southern New England. That being said, I can already see the days starting to get longer. That's the best indicator that spring is coming soon, so let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

      Aiken

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  3. Coats, hats, gloves and even snow? So envious! Unfortunately, it's 70 degrees here in Atlanta now with the high expected to be 73 today. Hope y'all appreciate your cold weather. Our "cold" season comes and goes in the blink of an eye, more's the pity. Sigh. . . .

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  4. No doubt a kink in my psychology but I find this sere landscape to be absolutely beautiful. Maybe it comes from growing up in Wyeth country.

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    1. Me too - makes me want to live up there !

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  6. Whenever I see these wonderful photos of black-faced sheep among boulders, I can't help but think of the opening line of Donald Hall's poem: 'Ruminant pillows! Gregarious soft boulders!'

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  7. Beautiful! Wonderful! Thank you(again).

    MaryAnne

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  8. Sigh. Sublime. Thank you Muffy. N from VA

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  9. Ohhhh...my soul's home....how I love it...how I miss it.

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