A ShutterBug Explores ~ Our World Tuesday

'Look deep into nature, and then you will

understand everything better.'

~ Albert Einstein





Cape Ann MA ~
another storm predicted for Monday -Tuesday. 2.2.21
I already have 'cabin fever.'

We are sharing with: Our World Tuesday.


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    'Carol'





    Angel ~ my rescue  yorkie ~ love her ~ Xox




    'Zoe' in memoriam ~ Xox~ love her still.

Comments

  1. Oh my goodness- my sympathies! Stay snug and warm with Angel! Where do you take her for walks when it snows like this? Yikes! Big hugs to you two!

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  2. During the pandemic, I have discovered even more the healing powers of nature.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  3. Stay safe, stay warm, We've had to isolate for a few days pending covid tests and it drove me crazy!!

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  4. I don't envy you that snow Carol. Stay warm, dry and get the coffee on the boil.

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  5. What an unusual dwelling. Looks like someone wanted a Hobbit house.

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  6. Chilly! We are due for more snow tomorrow.

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  7. Hari OM
    brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.... Thanks for dropping in at Wild YAM, Carol. I had tried to reset your blog in my reading list but it seems it still doesn't want to let me know that you have posted and I am afraid without it appearing in my read list, I do tend to forget. I am going to try again to reset, but I just don't understand why this is happening... sigh... etherwobblies!!! YAM xx

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  8. I recall visiting and skiing in various parts of New England (in my salad days) and once snow shoeing on the Maine coastline. Little can match the beauty of it all during a fresh snow fall. The smell, the clarity, the crunch beneath your feet.
    Such a lovely photo ...

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  9. Oh my:( We awoke this morning to 27" of snow- and it's still flurrying!! This is rare in our area. It's going to take a long time for all this to go away:( Everything is under a huge white blanket. Roads still need to get plowed so hubby won't be going to work for another day. I'm glad about that at least. Spring won't come soon enough for me!.

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  10. A beautiful view, but hunkering down in a storm can get old fast! Stay warm you two.

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  11. Mercy, but i do hope you can get out soon.

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  12. Hope it's a quick storm . We finally have days of sun.

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