Wordless Wednesday Dusted but Not Done November 4, 2020 Laurie Graves 36 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Is winter on its way?
Soon! Probably sometime this month, but it’s never a sure thing.
Looks like a peaceful place … Yours patio?
Our patio. One of our favorite places to be in the summer.
Prepping us for things to come… 🙂
No snow yet in the Philly region, which is fine with me.
You have enough to contend with.
All ready for the coming winter. Looks buttoned up!
A beautiful dusting Laurie! 🧡
Looks lovely. Take care.
It was a balmy 17C (62.6 F) in Central Vancouver Island today.
Your snow dusting is beautiful — but please ask it nicely not to come this way…at least not yet! 😀
I’ll do my best. 😉
You got a lovely frosting of snow, Laurie and Clif!
Thanks, Lavinia! All gone now.
It looks like a powdered sugar dusting on your garden cake!
Nice comparison. And all gone now.
Gosh – snow! Is it early?
Early and gone!
Gosh it looks pretty and I love the signs ❤️
A bit of winter dusting your pretty yard. Stay warm, Laurie.
Almost there Laurie …. on on!
Nice to ease into winter with a dusting of snow. We had some flurries, but nothing on the ground but leaves. We had mostly wind which has pretty well cleared the branches for this season. Now to clean the ditches and haul some of that free compost to make a blanket on the garden for winter. As it is 70F this weekend, we shall be sweating rather than shivering. – Oscar
The dusting is all gone. Nearly 70 here, too. Weird, weird weather.
…and two named storms swirling around in mid-November! will there be room for our winter Nor-easters?
Time will tell!
Love the signs. Is this the start of the marketing campaign?
Not intentional, but what a great idea.;)
IN my imagination I can see them on the stall now as you attend book fairs in years to come. 🙂
Your yard is beautiful through all the seasons and hope you had a chance to enjoy a beverage on the patio over the weekend!!
We have! And also at friends’ house. Let’s raise our glasses high.
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