Thursday, 7 January 2010

Shed and cat in snow




The drive looks dodgy and proved to be so today on brave, wild trip to Tesco's.

Shed in snow














Guest relaxing on sofa which he prefers to the snow.

12 comments:

liz fenwick said...

Love it!
lx

callmemadam said...

Lovely pics! You've had more snow than we have.

LindyLouMac said...

Happy New Year for 2010.Beautiful photos. We saw some snow on our recent trip to the UK but it seems we thankfully left ahead of the worst of it. Mind you I love snow.
We had hoped to stop off in Wengen on the way home but felt 26 days away already was enough.

Karen said...

What gorgeous photos. It almost seems a shame to moan about the inconvenience when snow makes everything so beautiful!

Jan Jones said...

Snow is so photogenic that it is nearly possible to forgive it for messing up one's life.

Cat has the best idea if you ask me.

And please be careful on scary Tesco trips.

Debs said...

Beautiful photos. I'm glad my shed isn't that far away from the house, especially with all that snow.

Cats always seem to be in the right place, clever things.

Rattling On said...

I'm just out to dig the snow from the drive, not had the car out for 3 weeks now! Eldest daughter has A levels on Monday 20 miles away and I'm worried public transport will let us down again. More snow forecast so doubt my tiny car could cope. Have a friend with Land Rover as back up as well. Ahh the joys...

Susie Vereker said...

Actually. Debs, the top shed is quite near, it's just an optical illusion. (I am a woman of two sheds,the potting shed and the top shed, how posh is that?)
Hope your journey goes OK, RO.

Rattling On said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLjS3gzHetA

Susie 'Two Sheds' Vereker. I can see it on the book spines now...

sablonneuse said...

Yes, the cat definitely has the right idea. Only one of ours actually likes playing in the snow the rest prefer to curl up somewhere warm indoors.

Nan said...

Beautiful photographs!! Wanna borrow my studded snow tires? :<)

cheshire wife said...

You have certainly had some snow! Those photos look almost Alpine.