On the other hand the view from inside of the trees and shrubs is quite pretty.....:)
Of course we can't forget the back yard and our little feathered friends.
This year the somewhat sloping backyard had a layer of ice covered by a layer of snow covered by a layer of ice covered by..... oh you get the idea. Still our friends got fed several time a week (Very very carefully).....
Hi TB - glad all are safe ... nearly over and the greening will rocket away - cheers HilaryReplyDelete
Oh, wow. That is some nasty ice covering. You need some ice spikes for your shoes.ReplyDelete
Hopefully that sunshine will start to warm up for you and help to melt that ice rink you have going there. Hang tough...Spring is coming! (well, I think so, anyway)
Got to get cleats, I go every day, rain or shine. Last spill I did a quick assessment for broken parts.I still ice skate alsoReplyDelete
I see Lin and Out on the Prairie have advised cleats. They do work well as my husband and I can attest after another winter with unbroken limbs. Yes, we love long walks along hilly and frequently icy paths.ReplyDelete
ps: A NY review of Books article about the Middle Ages I saved a few years ago.
Wow, that ice would keep any smart person inside. Hang in there, spring's coming!ReplyDelete
It's been pretty icy here. I see long driveways in rural areas that I wouldn't want to navigate. One place that we were told about had great difficulty getting heating oil brought in. I'm sure they solved it, but the truck had to back away that one day.ReplyDelete
Things should improve pretty soon.ReplyDelete
Do you still have that flamethrower?ReplyDelete
On Troutbirder Hill. You could put on Fats Domino and take a little trip to Louisiana. It's going to be 76 tomorrow in New Orleans. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQQCPrwKzdo
Wow, and I thought our weather was bad. I hope you get some glorious sunshine to compensate.ReplyDelete
Yes be careful, I have yak tracks now on a pair of old snowboots:)ReplyDelete
My first reaction ... BRRRRRR ... so glad that Spring is just around the corner.ReplyDelete