Tuesday, December 18, 2012


I can't help it. The pattern in this frozen puddle reminds me of, well, you know.

The ice-testine. There. I said it.

The ice is long gone. We're having a mild spell. Better for the, um, digestion.


  1. You have to wonder just how that pattern occurred...

  2. That reminds me that I should have another colonoscopy. Thanks Walt.

  3. Reminds me of my last colonoscopy when I was asked to join in the viewing. Lovely, just lovely.

  4. Interesting presentation, but I prefer andouillette when served as a hot dish.

  5. Amazing effect!
    (Walt je viens du blog d'Olivier. Je n'ai jamais mange de topinambours et je pensais qu'ils etaient ronds. Comment les mangez-vous? Rotis au four, a la vapeur, melanges avec d'autres legumes ou seuls?).

  6. How do you manage to find all these strange and wonderful ice formations? This could also be a dragon.

  7. Well Walt... you've certainly got guts to post that!

  8. susan, do I have to? ;)

    cubby, :)

    anne marie, I thought it was funny, too.

    leon, anytime. LOL

    judy, well, not really...

    ron, I got photos mailed to me by the doctor. Where does one store THOSE?

    dean, LOL!

    nadege, normalement nous les mangeons en purée. Mais cuit comme n'importe quel légume, c'est aussi bon.

    starman, I just walk along the dirt road in the vineyard. Nature does the rest.

    tim, LOL!

  9. It just didn't have the ice-testinal fortitude!


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