Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Lion In Winter?



It is not as bad here as this fella seems to feel.


Winter is a time to take a rest and plan for the spring and summer.


It's all perspective folks!




15 comments:

  1. That is very true, Jim! In all fairness to winter (my least favourite season), I do enjoy the break from all the outdoor chores, even the garden. But I do wish winter was much shorter.

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    1. I hear you loud and clear, Martha!

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  2. beautiful photos-I like the winter cause I can stay indoors and keep warm by the woodstoves

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    1. Thanks Kathy. Yes winter has its pluses!!

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  3. Poor lion. You gotta admit, wintry Nova Scotia is a far cry from the African savannah.

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    1. Yes Debra, I'd say he is a little out of his element!!

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  4. Your lion protects the garden yearlong.

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    1. He does, Pat......along with Sophie's help! lol

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  5. As the snow plow roars by and the wafts of snow spew into the air.....if you must say so!!!!

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  6. Was that Richard Burton or ?. Just the name brought faint memories. (And yes - I did just get up... bad night with the dogs)

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    1. I just looked it up and it was Peter O`Toole and Katharine Hepburn. I liked that movie.
      Well at least you managed to get sleep eventually!!

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  7. No winter rest here. 'Tis the season of icy water buckets, etc. But we are enjoying a winter break right now, with record high temps. Yay!

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    1. We are just the opposite!! FREEZING!!!

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  8. I love winter, Jim! I keep seeing Sophie's posts of her walks along Conrad's Beach and other places. It's so gorgeous, even if it is cold. And that sea smoke! I'd have given just about anything to be there and see it! Your lion perspective photos were fun. It is all about the perspective!

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