A Recipe for Winter

Blend sun and snow. Toss in shadows. Stir lightly. Store below freezing. Enjoy.

New snow on oldSun and shadowWinter blues

 

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18 thoughts on “A Recipe for Winter

      1. I know! I am sitting here in Connecticut watching it melt from the last snowstorm. And more is predicted for Wednesday. It’s also predicted to be snowing when I get back to Oregon on Friday. I’m sure spring is around here somewhere. 🙂

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      2. Lucky you, Curt! Wherever you go there’s snow! A friend about 20 miles to the east of us saw a bluebird yesterday — I’m taking that as a sign that winter is (maybe) (almost) (sort of) done. 🙂

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      3. We saw some Robins in our yard before we headed East. My guess is that they are now regretting their ‘early bird gets the worm’ routine, Sally. 🙂 –Curt

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    1. Thanks, Terry. It’s warming up here this week so perhaps by spring’s official arrival we’ll even see some dead grass poking out of the earth. How’s the snow level at your place?

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  1. The fact that you mentioned “recipes” made me wonder — did you ever make snow cream? It was quite the custom when I was growing up, and I know people who still do ice. Nature’s ice cream, it is!

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