Thoughts on the mountains, lakes, people, plants, animals and everyday life here in the North Country.
wow! even though you show us the same view out your window, it never seems to look the same. love the mountain peeking out above the fog this morning :)
Oh you silly girl.... Had me going.... What a cute post. Thanks for my smile for the morning!Hugs,Betsy
Looks about the same here but at least the snow is gone! Jean
C'est la vie! It has to be wet and cloudy before it gets green and then all happens at once. It is really facinating with the same view every day. Shows us natures variety I think.Have a nice day!
Misery likes company I guess. We did see the sun here today though. About 2 minutes worth.
Ha,ha! I got suspicious at the 80 degree mark... :-)
Will winter ever end? The view from your home is just lovely!
I do love the fog banks below the mountains. Makes for a lovely day.
I saw the 81° and then had to check that I had the right blog! Well, we had half of that temp today!
What a beautiful view and photo. You have a great blog, I have just read through it and have thoroughly enjoyed myself and my visit to your part of our world. We just went through a sugar bushing festival here in Prince Edward County, Ontario this weekend and visited both the family operated sugarbush operations(my favourite) and the larger more modern operations. They were both very interesting.Thanks so much for sharing. I have linked you to my page.
It's beautiful. That's how it looks here too now with the fog lying low over the mountains. I never get enough of it's beauty.
Great picture! What a view! And in a few months when we in Tennessee are sweating it out, stuck inside because it is too HOT to stay outside long, you'll be relaxing on your front deck, sipping ice tea, catching the scent of the freshly cut grass from the first mowing of the season, and enjoying the balmy breezes sweeping down from the mountains!
Beautiful photo! It is spring here in Kentucky (on and off), but I'm not getting to enjoy it much. The warm sunny days are occuring while I'm at work and the weekends have been rainy and cold. I'm truly longing to get out with my camera and get some spring photos. Come on Spring, cut me a break here!
I can't wait for 80 degree's and the smell of fresh cut grass! Pretty soon!
Soon enough, Cedar. It hit 70 here in PA today. Wonderful view you've got there.
Oh that would be so nice! Could you imagine if this was true?What a fun post, you had me going for a second!!Hugs♥
Hope you get your warm planting weather soon!!
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