Wow, I need to send you extra heavy duty merino!!! Take care out there, all 3 of you.
That is exactly what helps us from freezing, Jean! what would we do without our Merino!!
brrrrrr can't even imagine that kind of cold!
And you hopefully never will, Texan.
It's the same here, Jim! Winter has found us. Stay warm!
Keep yer bits warm!
Will do, Debra!!
We're in the Ice Age Jim, going out more than 5 to 7 minutes with your face exposed, it will get frozen......geesh you and Ron and Sophie stay warm!!! beautiful ocean pics always
I am sure it is as cold in Quebec as it is here, Lorraine. You stay warm too!!
it's so cold here that even teddy is cold....brrrrr!!! i love this weather!
Love to complain a bit about the cold, Joyce, but as long as I am dressed warmly enough with lots of layers, I will survive.
Somebody is a WHIMP!
Cold - and temp dropping! Brrr! Have been having hallucinations I think - looks like something is flying around in the chill wind.Try to stay warm!
Probably birds, Sharon. Maybe they found your new feeder!!
the temps are dropping here all day to minus something tonight. right now we have minus 15 F wind chill-it really bits-just finished feeding the wildlife here and bringing in the firewood you all stay warm
THAT is cold, Kathy! Good that you two wood stoves, eh?!
Happy New Year, my friend!We've had the same here for several days now. As a matter of fact, I'm enjoying a day at home thanks to the cold, as CPS declared today a "snow day," or "extreme weather day." Our actual low today is supposed to be -11 F (-23.9 C) You don't even want to know about the windchill numbers. ;-)
Well if it isn't Lisa!!Good to see you kiddo!You are about the same as us here in Canada as far as temps! Stay warm.
Wonderful shot Jim but that is much too cold for me!Snuggle up and keep warm :)
Will do, Margie. Waiting for the annual January thaw....any time now would be nice!
Neat shot. It does look very cold.
It was very cold, Pat.
Ye gods! I think it is cold at minus 3c !
There is a debate here in Canada between the west and the east. In the east we say a 'damp cold' is colder than the west's 'dry cold'.I believe ours in the east is more bone-chilling due to the ever-present moisture.
Brrr - cold but so very beautiful!
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