Monday, December 27, 2010

East Buried in a Blizzard

Northern New England's first big Winter storm and I'm already thinkin' about the beach.

Caribbean Time by Laura Trevey

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12 comments:

Pat Tillett said...

No better time than now!
Brrr...

California Girl said...

I heard -20 tonight although not sure if that's where we are or up on Mt. Washington. I've seen that low before, but not often.

Brian Miller said...

oh yeah...the beach would be nice...a warm breeze instead of the frigid one i am feeling now...nice pic...

Betsy said...

Maybe snow skiing would be more appropriate dreaming? haha. Stay warm!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

The best way to survive a storm is to hold tight to those beach thoughts. Stay safe.
Happy holidays. xo

gayle said...

It started snowing here late Christmas day and continued all the next day! We got around 8 inches. I loved watching the snow from the inside!

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

I've seen some brutal weather reports! Brrrrr... I'm with you on the beach idea, California Girl. Hope you and yours have been enjoying a warm and joyous holiday. Best wishes for a happy and prosperous new year. Stay warm.

DawnTreader said...

Looks nice... We've been below freezing point here since back in November... coldest December in 150 years or more...

Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Hi! C.G.,
What a nice painting Of the beach in a warm climate...I have a friend who live in the East and he and his family, were snowed in too...

C.G., I hope that you,your family, friends, and commenter and readers, have a very prosperous...~New Year~ too!
DeeDee ;-D

Captain Dumbass said...

There's a ski resort in my neck of the woods (also named Mt. Washington) that got 2.5 metres of snow over a 48 hour period over Xmas. 1 metre = 3.1 feet. Time to hit the beach alright.

Ruth said...

What a storm! Daughter's office in NYC closed Monday.

Beach does sound nice, although it's supposed to get up in the 50s here in Michigan today ...

monk said...

sometimes, the beach is cold too...