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First snow comes and goes

First snow

Even a section of fence sorely in need of clean-up and repair looks kinda interesting under a little snow. We’ve had the lightest of powder trickling down for a few minutes here and there over the last couple of days, but overnight, it finally snowed enough to stick around for a bit. This was about 9 a.m. Within a couple of hours, the sun was out and the first snow was gone without a trace…

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3 Comments

  1. Andrea

    I was just commenting to Roddy not an hour ago that I remember the trees losing their leaves far faster in Ontario; the bright reds and oranges still cling to about half the branches on Vancouver Island. Your scene is such a stark contrast to the one I’m used to on your farm – apparently for Roddy too, who thought the photo was black and white! We were sea kayaking in the sun today among harbour seals and bald eagles…. ahhh, gotta love it!

  2. Bald eagles soaring, harbor seals frolicking, and only a kayak between you and the sea?! I’m trying to fit that image with tilling in the rain…. Someone asked me recently, “What you do in the off-season? Travel?” I found that funny. Bald eagles, huh? Sounds great!! Maybe I should consider getting off the farm more often! :)

  3. I’m so jealous of the snow! It’s so beautiful; look forward to seeing more pictures of your farm in winter.

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