The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Saturday, December 07, 2013

Brutal Weather

If it would just get to 0 degrees, I would be pleased as would the critters.

The sun comes out for a few hours to tease us. 

A little one facing his first winter.


The deer have been bedding down in the snow behind the house.

Can barely see two deer that have bedded down in the snow near the corral.
 
 


10 comments:

  1. You all stay safe and as warm as possible! Photos are beautiful, you can almost feel the crisp, cold.

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  2. stay warm, be safe, I love your photos!

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  3. They must have seen your beautiful warm quilts and are probably hoping you will share! Hope you are doing well and staying off of ladders! Thinking of you I recently resurrected from my quilt "stuff" "Home for the Holidays" by Jan Patek & Linda Brannock copywrite 1997!!!

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  4. Wildlife being comfortable to rest nearby is awesome Nancy; they know your heart & feel safe. Blessings to you during this storm.
    Hugs from Jackie in NC

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  5. You really got a lot of snow and it looks beautiful, though I know it is a pain when we want to get out.

    Debbie

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  6. Such beautiful pictures, such beautiful animals. Stay safe!

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  7. Beautiful pictures !
    Stay cozy in your warm house. ;)
    Rose

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  8. Brrr... Hope you're getting by ok with your ?still limited maneuvering? Beautiful shots Nancy...

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  9. Enjoyed your scenic photos. Too cold for me as I'm a California sissy. If the daytime temps don't get into the fifties I think I'm being tortured.
    I have several yards of beautiful charcoal grey wool that need a good home. The wool was purchased years ago for the purpose of garment making. That is never going to happen so I'm giving it away if you would like to put it to use. It is lovely quality wool.
    Pam








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  10. WOW and I think it has been cold here!

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