Monday, November 26, 2012

And so it begins...

Woke up to the sound of a snowplough this morning. Then I saw this...


And so it begins!

I think it's time for more Tobago photos. Stay tuned.

28 comments:

  1. Things will return to normal by April. Hold on, that's not really such a comforting thought after all.
    BRING ON THE TOBAGO PICS!!!
    Jane x

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    1. They're up! Grab a brelly drink, sit back and relax!

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  2. Your photograph took so long to load I decided you must have woken to a white-out...then graaaduaaaally the photo appeared. I reckon you'll be using those snowshoes before long!

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    1. I had to dig out my boots this morning!

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  3. What a stunning scene....lucky you! Those barns are gorgeous!! Ahh...snow is a fact of life for us northerners. I kind of enjoy it! Actually, if it is cold then I really do prefer to have snow.

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    1. I'm with you! I love snow and winter outdoor activities. That said, I wouldn't mind another week on a beach in Tobago!

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  4. It's beautiful, but I'm cold just looking at it! We have a sunshine day to relish before the rain comes back. I'll be locked away in my studio until I get all the projects done this week, so who cares what it's doing outside:-D

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    1. Hope your rain stays away!

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  5. Beautiful landscape!

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  6. aaaaaiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!

    Worse than zombies.

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    1. Now now. Snow doesn't suck your brains out and make you smell like a corpse. Much.

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  7. I really don't mind winter except I feel so sorry for all the animals that must suffer through it. During blizzards I often lie awake worrying about the creatures huddled up against the wind and snow and I drive myself crazy!

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    1. I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who does that. THe worst was last January, when tiny Emily kitten showed up and I could NOT catch her, and it was below -20C outside. I did not sleep well that night! So glad we caught her in the morning.

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  8. We love photos of the tropics. I wonder if the residents of Tobago would love your snow pictures? I do.

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    1. They certainly don't see snow down there!! :)

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  9. Oooh, looks cold. If our current precipitation had come down as snow I reckon it would be up to the roof by now.

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    1. I can just imagine! You've had a very soggy year.

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  10. that's beautiful!!!!

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  11. It is good that the snow is finally here and winter can begin so we can get on with it and look forward to it soon being over. It sure took a long time to get snowy in this part of Canada - maybe we will have a short winter.

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    1. I need to get my snowtires on!!

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    1. Good thing you don't live in Canada!

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  13. Brrrrr. We have cold here but only a little bit of snow. It looks very pretty at your house!

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    1. The ducks and chickens were a bit reluctant to go out today!

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  14. We got less than half an inch - and it melted in an hour

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    1. Wah!! Ours is still here but I hear it's warming up later this week.

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Thank you for all your comments, which I love to read!