Photo by Salt Water New England

Friday, December 23, 2022

Merry Christmas, and Run!

Photos by Salt Water New England


   









 

14 comments:

  1. OMG - where did that dog collar with the Wagoneer and the Christmas tree come from ?? Merry Christmas to all on this stormy day !

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    1. Up Country sells all kinds of really fun dog collars which are ribbon and washable in a variety of prints, stripes etc and seasonal. Happy Holidays.

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  2. Those photos remind me of our winter in Olde England last year although we’ve just had a day of torrential rain.Labradors really are social dogs although l am a bit biased having had them for 60 years Merry Christmas to everyone who visits this site and thank you for all your efforts in bringing New England to us all

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  3. Muffy, may I wish you and your family and all the SWNE readers a very Happy Christmas from a very wet Yorkshire (in Olde England).

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  4. Happy Christmas to you, Mrs. Aldrich, your loved ones and all the readers!

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  5. I find it quite distressing to lose big old trees to storms . A large fig that I parked the tractor under if it was a hot day of grass cutting or mulch moving , came down a month ago . Took me several days with a Stihl MS660 to cut it up and burn. I removed all tree risks around the house many years back . Had a cousin who was killed when a pine sliced through a single storey building in the eighties.

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    1. A few years ago an old oak that held a swing for generations of children cracked and fell during an easterly storm. Very sad. It was so big around at the base that when it came time to rent a big chainsaw to remove it in spring I counted 170 rings. The tree had been growing since before the War of Southern Rebellion. I've made several benches from slabs of it so family members can remember the summer pleasures of swinging from the tree's branches.

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  6. Happy Christmas, all twelve days of it, to Muffy, her family and friends, and her readers, from Austin, where it is delightfully cold!

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  7. Thanks, Muffy, for the awesome photos of those beautiful canines... your Christmas gift to us.

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  8. Merry Christmas to all from the storm blasted North Shore. Time to sit by the fire and enjoy my family, friends and a tasty adult beverage.

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  9. Tis the season to enjoy! Thanks once again!

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  10. Happy Christmas to all in our Salt Water New England family. May 2023 be glorious!

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  11. Looks a typical winter's afternoon for a round of golf on the east coast of Scotland!

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