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Snow Falls on Little Italy

Snow Falls on Little Italy
It’s just so damned pretty out there!

Longo’s: Early Morning Road Tri...

Longo’s: Early Morning Road Trip In The Fog
At 6am when the alarm went off I nudged Gerry, then promptly feel asleep.  At 6:15 when the alarm went off again Gerry nudged me and we were “up”. Okay, up-ish. It was early, but worth it. I was invited to tag along on a tour of Wilmot Apple Orchards with the Longo’s Produce Managers and early morning or not, I wasn’t missing this! I wa [...]

Even Hannah Couldn’t Stop Us

Even Hannah Couldn’t Stop Us
We are safely home on the island and missed all the adventures and potential misadventures associated with arriving during the tail end of Tropical Storm Hannah. In fact we couldn’t have asked for better weather when we arrived. Though just 4 hours earlier it was still raining and blowing. The wind is up again so we haven’t had a [...]

A Little Frost

A Little Frost
I Woke up this morning to find the island had transformed into a enchanted forest. Everything is covered in sparkly ice crystals – the trees, the raspberry canes, the dogs – everything! The sun is bright and even the most mundane things look like they have been sprinkled with fairy dust and are glistening and sparkling. It’ [...]

A Little Extra Weather

A Little Extra Weather
After a winter of very little weather, my return to Toronto was heralded with snow, lots of snow. It started with a gentle snow at the airport causing us to taxi around and delaying our deplaning.  I got home and found a living room set on the lawn, tucked into the snow as if had been an active living room for months. But there was no time [...]

Taxi!

Taxi!
 

Deck in Snow

Deck in Snow
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Iced Tree

Iced Tree
 

Snowing on Allan Gardens

Snowing on Allan Gardens
 

That’s Chilly

That’s Chilly
Someone forgot the prik ki nu in the snow…. oops.

Detailed Flake

Detailed Flake
Yes, the snow flakes came today. Finally! A little out of focus – but I love the hexagon in the middle.  It’s the first snowflake I’ve found like this since I got the camera with serious macro capabilities.  To give you a sense of scale, that is wood grain in the background.

Snow Day – Finally

Snow Day – Finally
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Cold Foot

Cold Foot
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Path to the woodshed

Path to the woodshed
The path to the wood shed. I travel it regularly pulling my little Rubbermaid tote behind me.

Home, sweet and warm home.

Home, sweet and warm home.

Stormy weather.

Stormy weather.
View of dad’s house in the storm. Note that the stove pipe up in the top left is still intact. It did not remain so.

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