Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Up to us to send you a few... To look at from where I am it's beautiful!
Cold here, too... it just doesn't look that pretty! We've got rain and sleet and I'm freezing!
And I have just one word - burrrrr.Sam
cool icicles....yep, frigid here too...not much snow, just the skiff we got...but bitter cold....
On the positive side, we still have power and running water!
I'm so grateful for electricity because everything here runs on it...ah the heater is so lovely.
Vicki, those icy daggers say it all.xo
This displaced mountain boy is the odd man out in this group. Not even frost this morning. Still dry and warm in Vista, CA. Would gladly trade some of those frozen water forms for some dry desert cause we need the agua mucho bad
It may be cold but it surely is beautiful. Thank goodness we retained a few of our WI winter things. We needed them this week. And the dog is delighted to be out in three-degree temperatures.
Gee, those icicles look like stalactites! Hope you're staying cosy.
Your photos persuade me that you are really getting the cold temps! -- barbara
They are beautiful shots. You live in a very scenic area.
It has been cold, we woke to -4 yesterday! Your icicles are awesome, interesting how they created little ringlets as they froze, that would have been neat to watch.
What amazing icicles, and beautiful photos. I can feel the cold from here in NZ when I look at these.
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