In case you are wondering, we hit double digits celsius on Easter weekend (Thursday and Friday) for the first time since November 24 — a 129 day stretch. As I write this on Saturday, we woke up to snow, and temperatures are forecast to stay below 10°C (50°F) more another week.
BuildingsThe garage/workshop lies on the other side of the driveway and is pretty well inaccessible in winter although Brian has obviously made it to the door to have a peek inside.
The converted planer mill is where we like to hang out in decent weather. It's screened to help keep away the biting insects.
Around the Property
Above: a three shot, vertical pano, looking down the Crowe River from The Reindeer Tree.
Below: the front gate during a snowfall.
Above: the apple tree opposite the cottage. The deer sneak here in late summer for snacks. I was in an arty frame of mind when I processed this.
Below: a glimpse into the woods from the old logging road whilst snowshoeing.
Below: the snow looks pretty on the branches.
Okay winter: I am done with you. Hasten spring.