When I Say Snow, I Mean Snow

photo taken November 2012

one year ago: The Calm Within And The Light Around
two years ago: Cheeky
three years ago: Smiley Coyote
four years ago: Stormy Days
five years ago: Notes On Charlie – August 30

8 Responses to “When I Say Snow, I Mean Snow”

  1. m.v. Says:

    It doesn’t seem to bother Charlie. Hopefully it isn’t a problem for the rest of the farmily.

    Brings back pleasant memories. Replace the coyote with a husky and a little girl following behind ……snowshoes, skis, skates, sleighs and sledges, snow forts……piling a bunch of kids on the sledge with a couple of the bigger boys steering it and go barrelling down the hill. Though no one ever got hurt and there was always a couple of adults around, that would never be allowed today.

    We had that much snow fall a couple of days ago and some how it is not so much fun. A large pile of heavy packed snow left at the end of the path and driveway by the road plow might have something to do with it.

    And to make matters worse, for the rest of the week the temperature is to be up around the melting point and possible rain. The weather is going a little bit nuts.

    Perhaps I shall pretend I am seven years old again and enjoy the snow.

  2. I Hermit Says:

    Dang! Just saw a snowshoe hare being chased by a arctic fox, or was it my imagination? Thankfully on polar bears! Charlie

  3. joyce Says:

    All your photos are beautiful. This one is especially lovely.

  4. MJ Says:

    This would make a lovely Christmas Card picture. Looks like a perfect winter wonderland, with a wonderful snow guide:)

  5. Claire Says:

    Love the scenery & Charlie’s back side but I’m glad I don’t live in snow country. I love the desert.

  6. carmel Says:

    So that’s where you’re hogging all the snow Charlie…Chicago’s still waiting for our share!
    m.v. re pleasant memories, isn’t that the truth and no one got hurt!!

  7. taffy Says:

    Ooooh i just love this picture, what a huggy bear Charlie is, and it is very much like a wonderland there. Snow has a way of covering up all the rough spots (in thought and life!) and making all things soft and dreamy!

  8. I Hermit Says:

    Cloe -eye view of “Getting the drop on Charlie!” Now she is a Ranger too. Barry

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