Not much to say. Just took a few shots while I was out shoveling.
Cabin sweet cabin.
Birdhouse sweet birdhouse.
We won't be using the firepit any time soon.
Ella is very excited about the snow. Have you ever seen such a happy dog?
A more dignified pose.
Wow! That's a lot of snow! Hopefully you'll soon be seeing signs of spring!ReplyDelete
Yikes what happened to your gardening days:) It is cold here but nothing on the ground freezing rain had melted in the night. I am OK without snow now. Take care enjoy indoor fun. BReplyDelete
Nothing like watching a dog make a new path through snow!ReplyDelete
What a great shot of the bird house with all that snow. I must admit that I don't miss living up north and all that snow. I did love all your tulips in the first photo.ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend,
@ Eclectic Red Barn
Oh my. That does look like an awful lot of snow (and a very happy dog!).ReplyDelete
We got hammered as well, over 6 inches. Ripley and I have been doing some great snowshoeing. Ella Is a beautyReplyDelete
Whoa Snow, I'm gonna have to black track now and see where you live ! Love Ella ...German pointer ~right ? She is beautiful!ReplyDelete
I love it, I am a bit envious that you can still sled and ski, yet want to get going with warm weather activities.I took my skates and sled out of my van last Saturday.ReplyDelete
I know it's too late in the season for snow, but it does look lovely.ReplyDelete
lol! That first pic of Ella is GREAT! :-)ReplyDelete
Great photos! And you have a sharp looking dog.ReplyDelete
Girl, that is some serious snow! You, however, are one busy gal inside. I hope all your projects turned out well this weekend! Cheers, JenniReplyDelete
Brrrrrrrr! I'd be inside baking and let hubby do the shoveling:-D I did make some strawberry and strawberry/rhubarb jam this week and it made me feel like Spring was upon us. Stay warm, XOXOReplyDelete
Maybe you should light that firepit!ReplyDelete
Sounds like you have a full day planned, despite the snow, and you had a LOT of snow!ReplyDelete