Monday, February 06, 2012

A white Super Bowl

Since it snowed on Sunday, I thought I'd show you some snow. I took this picture last week after our first snowfall of the season. We got much more than this yesterday. Callie doesn't mind the snow at all unless the wind is driving it into her eyes.

Our house seen from the vineyard road. Looking north-east toward the river.

So the Super Bowl happened, but I don't yet know the result. It's on live here but overnight (started at midnight on Sunday) and, as many of you know, the games are re-broadcast the next day. The re-broadcast is on this morning at ten, so I'll be watching then. In the meantime, as usual, I've gone into media blackout so that I won't know who won before I watch.

***** UPDATE: Media blackout is over. I enjoyed the game!


  1. I'm very happy that you're hoggin' up all the snow. Please keep it.

  2. Walt,

    I also am VERY HAPPY that you're "hogging' up all the snow! I love seeing your pictures. We may have to mow the lawn here soon. With all the sun and rain and mild temperatures. We'll manage...somehow. :)

  3. I do understand Callie not having the wind blowing snow towards her - it is not a pleasant experience.
    Good to hear that she is doing better

  4. Glad that you enjoyed the game, and that Callie is enjoying life again, including the pretty snow.

  5. você tira fotos muito boas, gosto muito de ler seu blog por causa disso. parabéns.

  6. I never cease to marvel at the beauty that surrounds you. You two must be so happy where you live.

  7. Love that photo - the paths in the road are so inviting.

    Mary in Oregon

  8. Good football game!

    What happened to that little pond at the end of the path that was mostly overtaken by that weed? Did it freeze?

    Glad Callie's feet don't mind the snow. She's tough!

  9. So happy Callie is doing so well....nothing like a romp in the snow.....and several $$'s worth of medication to heal a border collie.

    Victoria, Bellingham, WA

  10. It was a good game. I think Brady's wife was right in her criticism of the Pats receivers. They did cost them the game.


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