Saturday, March 10, 2018

Hanging Out with Bill

Steve took a picture of the dogs and me walking next door during a mini snowstorm.

I went to hang out with Bill.

This is Bill.

Bill loves to be petted, 
fed and watered, 
have someone empty his litter box, 
eat kitty treats, 
kill mice, 
have his toys tossed to him, 

...look at rainbows through the window.

Sunday, March 4, 2018

A Foggy Sunday...

We are hunkered down today due to freezing fog. It's pretty when you are looking out from the warm inside of the cabin. The fog left a shiny icy glaze on everything. This morning I had to walk real slow  (in my robe and slippers) to get to the empty dog bowls because the deck was shellacked with a thin layer of ice. Today I took pictures from windows that were screen-less. I wasn't going to take a walk-about around the yard. And when the dogs slid out on the deck I knew I was staying indoors.

The mountains are barely visible but you can somewhat make them out.

This tree in the yard sparkled even without the help of sunshine. ( thinks there could be a a metaphoric story written about this tree and life. Me also thinks I've been cooped up a bit too long...)

But even with the situation outside, Steve grilled us up some steaks for lunch. He put the grill by the front door overlooking the valley where he didn't have to worry about slip-sliding away. All went well and lunch was warm and yummy!

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Top of the World!

Note: Before this past Sunday's snowstorm, Steve and I had traveled up the mountain on the tracker. It was a beautiful day and I wanted to share these pictures with you. Snow was a bit iffy at that time so we left the snowmobiles back at the cabin. But Sunday's storm brought the mountains much snow!

Steve taking pictures of me taking pictures. Ha.

We were waiting for the sun to come out to brighten our pictures but the sky was beautiful, too.

The moon peeking around the rock in the middle of the afternoon.

The sun finally came out so I could show you the view!

Heading back down the canyon...

This is when we saw the moose!