WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN WESTERN NEW YORK
Beautiful serene photos... I can almost hear the peace against the quiet background of falling drips of melted snow... aaah!Now down to business. How can I order some garlic from you to plant this spring. I know fall planting usually makes for larger heads but I'd like to try now anyway. Do you have several types? Please let me know:firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks, Lori!
You too? Old Man Winter still has a lot to say doesn't he? Hang in there. Won't be long until better weather.
wow it sure does look dreary! Great shots!
I feel your pain. This is what's outside my kitchen window right now. ENOUGH already! I like that barn shot.
Same world here! Good day for a fire, good book....I have chicken soup simmering! Happy shoveling!
I know that the sheer amount of it you've endured has you needing a different view ...but from here, it is gorgeous. Specially love the dark, crip branches~We had a "smattering" with teen temps this week...right after I my cold riding weather boots away! The owner warned me not to!XOKac
I'm so sorry you got blasted again! We were supposed to get about 3 inches -- but didn't get any. This time. It does look beautiful, though. :)
I came here through Skywatch Friday and looked around a little bit. I love your blog. Gorgeous pictures, oh my! I'll be back!
Thank you for reading The Skoog Farm Journal. I do not have google+ and am unable to comment on those blogs. Would love to reach some of you and need email addresses. Your comments are appreciated.