I woke at dawn and looked out the window to see three rabbits frolicking on the nowy lawn. Hardy rabbits. The temperature was 8 degrees. They were no where in sight when the sun was fully up.
When the sun had gotten a little higher and the temperature had reached 16 degrees my husband and I decided to take a walk down the road. We passed our neighbor’s house with this beautiful tree that I have always admired.
Another neighbor has equipment in front of his house. I have always admired his way with a motor. Magic hands.
We strolled all the way down to the end – or more accurately the beginning of Knott Road. It is just under one quarter mile from our house, and not much of a road.
On our way back up the hill, I stopped to admire the snowdrift next to a culvert. There is often water trickling down here, but not today. It is cold and silent.
Nearly home to the end of the road. The road turns here and leads us to the door. For many years we enjoyed the company of a magnificent elm. It finally succumbed to disease and had to be cut down. The stump is left, and although it is hard to see it has a sprout growing from the stump.
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It was so nice to have some snow this weekend. I love your outdoor shots.
Diane – The snow is beautiful, but I have creepers on my boots – there is ice under the snow.
Just beautiful, Pat! I especially like the birch. We don’t have many of those here. They can grow here but are so short-lived.
Kylee – We have many beautiful birches. Some quite old as you can see.