So fun to live vicariously through everyone's facebook posts. Me, I'm going to the beach.
How was the beach? I'd love to be at the beach right now, despite the fun of the snow. Did you go to Santa Cruz?
We got a late start...so we ended up at the beach in Alameda (so on the bay). Then we were going to go to a winery in Alameda and take Milo to the big off-leash dog park near where Mark, you and I went for walk with Milo. But weather started moving in...so we did the winery, another place that makes interesting spirits...then a little off leash dog park on the Oakland estuary. Milo the humper became the humpee via a little black and brown dog but seemed to love very minute of it. I wanted to go to the SC but was afraid the climb down and back up to the off-leash beach would be too much for him. His back bothers him a lot these days.Hope you are warm and cozy in your winter wonderland.
And maybe Milo would prefer Alameda's dog park to SC's beach anyway. I'm glad he got to come along. Probably good for his character to be the humpee for once--I'm glad he enjoyed it. But I am concerned about his back. Hope you have some peace this week.
Thanks, Paul. Most all we can do for him is to give him an anti-inflammatory every day...but only 1/2 a dose because his liver is compromised. He can't jump up on the couch or bed like he used to and I rarely take him for the car rides he loves. Poor little guy, but he is very resilient and his sweet spirit is unaffected. We love him so much, it's hard to see him getting old.xoxo Happy Solstice!
wonderful picture Paul- most particularly the last three with the sunset.you actually appear to have more snow than we do here in Montreal right now- but then yours will melt a lot sooner too!
Hi, David, About 30 " fell in our zone, the largest snowfall on Long Island since the 1940s. Thanks, as always, for the kind comment.
Where's your sled?
Sled? My God, where's my sled??
I love the sunset pictures. Winter, although I totally hate it as a season, can be very pretty and you seem to do a beautiful job of capturing winter in all of its scenic glory. Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing these photographs.
Hi SallyB, I think I largely hate winter too, the short days, the heavy clothes, the dull clouds. But there's something electrifying about snow, especially in a place where big storms aren't run of the mill. I can imagine people from Buffalo and Rochester thinking, so what?Thanks very much for your kind words.
Cool pictures,Paul!Happy Holidays!Melissa
Happy Holidays to you too, Melissa. Thanks, and take care.
i love these pictures.
Thank you, John. I love yours too.
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