Wednesday, January 2, 2013

At The Fort Look Off


Winter has arrived here in Halifax.


The field is empty as Sophie waits patiently for a playmate.


But not this day. We moved on.



22 comments:

  1. According to "Wunderground" your temps will be, -13C, feel like -24C, with a 35km wind, and low drifting snow!!! Wrap up , you might need all those lovely Icebreaker merino undies to keep the upper or the nether regions warm!!! Fairy Wonderland to me,take care. Greetings from Jean.

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    1. LOL! LOL! We are covered in Icebreaker from head to toe...especially when we leave to go outside in the -24C windchill!! That is exactly what it is Jean....you are right on the mark!! It's a very small world now and we couldn't be farther from eachother!
      We love the cold as long as we have our Merino on!! Loved this Jean, all the best!

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  2. Keep warm....oh I would swap our rain for snow anyday

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    1. Not today John you wouldn't but I know what you mean! We'll have to share with you what we have.....don't like the rain much either. Stay dry!

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  3. It sure did! Very pretty. Wishing you a beautiful snow filled winter. Happy New Year to my 2 favorite Canadians and the best doggy around! Love, Becky

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    1. Oh get out of here Becky!! lol Happy New Year to the best photographer in PA and beyond!!

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  4. Excellent photos of a 'freezing you a-- off' day.
    They gave me a chill.
    I can kinda see why Sophie didn't get playmates.

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    1. Actually Sharon, that was yesterday and it wasn't too bad at all....BUT today is another story!! Have to be careful today with skin exposure. So we will have to find a spot that is not open to the wind. Easy peasy!!

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  5. We are looking pretty much the same here, Jim, with all the snow. Winter makes for great photos, but it's darn cold! Stay warm!

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    1. Sure is cold today here too, Martha. Yes opportunity for great photos...if the fingers don't go numb first! Stay warm too and have a great day.

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  6. Only you were intrepid enough to brave the snow and cold!

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    1. Debra, you would be surprised to find out that we are not the only maniacs here!! lol Yesterday was good, today another story, we will see. Hey, your fair city has been in the deep freeze for a bit now, we could learn from you hardy northerners!!

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  7. Brr...it looks cold there. I'd be heading back home for a warm fire and cup of hot tea!

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  8. What a gorgeous day!
    Snow is definitely better than rain.
    It is cold here too, but yesterday Terry and I bundled up and braved our cold. By the time I got everything gathered up and on, I felt like I had prepared for a major expedition instead of a two mile walk in the neighborhood! As long as you can stay warm it's great.
    Sophie looks a little lonely, but at least she has you two!
    Have a good one!

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    1. I know exactly what you are saying Louise!! Today since it is -24C with the windchill factor, we were so bundled up we could hardly move!! But....we were warm!

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  9. Moved on....that's an understatement...c-c-c-cold it was!

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  10. The blue gives the day a chilly look. It's frigid here in CO, too, - like Sophie I need to keep moving to keep warm. Shivers!!!

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    1. It is WINTER! About time though, Barb!

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  11. Cold here too, Jim. David and I unloaded hay today. I had so many layers on, I couldn't bend my knees, lol! We're headed for a warming trend in a couple of days. Long may it last.

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  12. Beautiful! I love snow.
    Happy New Year!
    XOXO

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