Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Winter On The Eastern Shore











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  1. Great shots, Jim! Looks like someone is making the best of the season.

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    1. He sure had a good time, Martha! It was fun to watch!

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  2. I remember having fun doing that-long long long time ago lol

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  3. Wow it looks fun and funny, he won't fall in the ocean right? and a stupid question for you but I don't actually do oceans ever freeze over I mean such a large expanse I can't imagine it would...yesterday I tried hard to leave my body and go visit a sunny ocean, but darn it i just can't do it, some people have no problem they just breathe and next thing you know you're flying gosh i wish I could ah the things i would see, oh well, at least i see them here ;)

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    1. It does look as if there is a 'drop off' at the edge, Lorraine. But there is a sloped hill that goes down to the ocean.
      Small ocean inlets freeze over but not large sections of the open ocean. We live near a salt-water marsh and that freezes over every winter because it is more shallow than the ocean.

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  4. LOVE IT

    Snoqualmie Pass currently has less snow than Boston

    we are in trouble here. Wish you could send some of your winter here.

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    1. Hey Marti, good to see you. It appears the Eastern Seaboard is getting blasted this winter. Hpe you get at least some snow this year.

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    1. Her sure was that, Debra! Totally enjoying himself.

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  6. this gave me my winter fix! we can't do that on ice and that is all we have had this winter! are you getting more snow from these next two storms?

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    1. And that is all you need this winter, Joyce!
      Yes, we are getting two nor'easters.....one on Friday and the other on Sunday! YEAH?

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  7. Sled time at the beach ... Ha, ha, love it!

    Great shots!
    I do like snow but I think I like our 65+ temps we are having here more but I know snow is coming soon :)

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    1. Oh Margie, you just don't know what you are missing!! lol I know, you do!
      Enjoy your heat-wave!

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  8. Much better than our tree lined hills.... Think Sonny Bono

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    1. Yes Stew! Much safer to do it here!

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  9. What fun shots. Love your header too.

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    1. Hi Fiona. When I saw this fellow from the shop window on Sunday, I ran to get my camera. The colours grabbed me at first contrasted with the white.

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  10. I know that the photo is deceiving but it looks like a sheer drop off to the ocean! One slight turn or bump and into the drink! Great shots!

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    1. That it does, Craig! The hill is steep but not a drop off ledge.
      Thanks and good to see you.

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  11. That guy needs a real mountain for his ski-sled! Love the story-telling sequence of the photos.

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  12. Someone's enjoying all that white stuff.

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  13. No way I'd go sledding on that hill by that cliff edge! I think that guy is certifiably overconfident!!!!! These photos gave me a vicarious thrill of danger, Jim! LOL!

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