Hi Mr C. and SkeeterGood to come face to face with you.Here’s hoping summer’s on its way.
Not taking any chances, going to south Florida this weekend.
I'm always tempted to take a photo of the students at Florida Southern (the "Frank Lloyd Wright" college) sunning themselves at Lake Hollingsworth in January or February.And then post it on Facebook, for all my Northern friends. :-)Nice photo of you and Skeeter!
I think that's a good idea.
I think we have to at least be consistently in the 30's for 3 days before we can say the weather may change. Last night's o'ernight was 11(f) again. I am so tired of this that i want to shoot my furnace just to put it out of its misery.
I feel for you. Even though I live in Florida, it's been a cold winter. My otherwise beautiful 1920's cabin is completely un-insulated and cold, or hot, as hell. But I'm not leaving.
It is snowing again today. Thanks for reminding me that there are warmer places.
Always happy to oblige
Mother Nature is going through the change, I think. Oh, wait -- that's me. Soak up the sun when you can, and have a dog on your lap when you can't.
I'm not taking any chances, going to south Florida this weekend. Should be spring for sure by the time I get back. Although, the azaleas are in full bloom here.
I love contrasts in the weather. Northwestern Washington, where I live, doesn't get very hot; but we get a lot of days where it's warm and sunny, cold and overcast, windy, pouring rain -- all in the same day. Keeps things interesting.
I've never been up there Tom. It's on my bucket list.
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