How about that? The past few days have actually felt like winter. Now we just need a few more inches of the white stuff for good snow shoeing.
A couple of photos from Dad’s archives. This one is Christine, Barbra, and Steven Bloy, on Christmas, circa 1959 (before I was around).
Continue reading Christmas, a long time ago
Today’s winter solstice advice comes from a hallway in the Capitol.
I went down to the Capitol yesterday, looking for a little Christmas spirit.
These reeds being reflected on a calm Yahara River look like some kind of ancient writing to me. I wonder what the message is?
This cattail is well insulated, and seems to be ready for cold weather. With the above normal temperatures lately, I wonder if we’ll get any.
I caught this scene in Vilas Park. Proof that the sun actually did shine for a few brief moments today.
Madison got the first measurable snow of the season last night (about 5 inches in my neighborhood). Welcome to winter.
Despite the strong winds and storms the past few days, a few leaves are still hanging on.