Tuesday, January 29, 2008

You People Need a Vacation

We'll start with this to warm you up. Oh, and could someone please comment. I'm worried that my comments are broken. I haven't heard from anyone in 3 days, which has never happened before.

13 comments:

Michael said...

I love the picture... What kind of camera did you use?

mG

Mel said...

Looks nice... It's fricking 5 below with a 40 mile an hour wind in Minnesota today.

JC said...

In the Midwest today, it's going from 40+ degrees to below zero, in the space of a few hours. With 60 MPH winds. That picture is from some freaky bizarro alternate universe.

Mel said...

You're lucky... It's cold here. 5 below and 40 mile an hour wind. Love Minnesota

Wide Lawns said...

Yay comments work. My camera is a Sony Cybershot digital from Costco. It's about 3 years old now, so they have a newer model. I like it. It takes movies too.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful pix with great titles! You are extremely creative and "artsy". Being here on Galveston Island in TX makes me lucky to enjoy some beauty and warmth as well.
Wide lawns I must tell you that I love the post-I quit stuff so much that I visit every day now hoping to see a new story or personal struggle that you will share. Keep up the good work.

Lauren said...

I wish I was there - it's 3:30pm here but dark as night, cold, and friggin' windy.

Reb said...

Thanks, I needed that. Up here in Western Canada it is -20 F with the windchill dropping that to -44 F.Oh, our wind is only at about 12 mph. This is as warm as it will get today too. Why I live here is beyond me.

Reiven said...

I'm thinking of moving and I have no place in mind. I am basing my decision on the insect population. Like how big, ugly, scary, dangerous and how often one would run into such insects. So I was wondering if you could take pictures of insects in your area, as you happen to see them so I can get an idea. Thanks so much. Totally love your blog! Oh, and "fish & Chips?" very clever! *smile*

Kristin said...

Cheers from Oregon! It's snowy here too. But we like it that way.

Anonymous said...

I lived on Guava Ave on Grassy Key, FL for a short period of time about 15 years ago. I think it was Route 1 mile marker 55. The island was so small that you could be standing in the Gulf of Mexico and see the Atlantic on the other side. This beautiful picture of yours reminds me of that. It's cold in CT.

Nancy

Anonymous said...

Thank you for reminding me that I can't ski in places where the truck starts every morning.

I'll keep the invigorating weather and the skiing.

Brandy said...

Wow, I can smell the sea and sand and asphalt, that hot salty smell of "going to the beach"... Fabulous!

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