The worst is behind us... winter weather, that is. It seems as though we have passed through the dark days of winter and are emerging into spring mode.
It's a little early yet t break out the John Deere and although we'll have snow on the ground for a while longer we're earerly looking forward to summer.
Before we know it we'll be having backyard BBQ's, planning trips to the lake and digging out my 'Fear No Fish' cap to slay some salmon. There'll be trips to McKinley, wildlife to view and friends and family will start piling into Hotel Clifton.
Peace and tranquility are soon to be a thing of the past.
Our blog has been relatively quiet the past few weeks... we've been working on a project that has taken up more time than I thought possible. The good news is we're to the point of seeing a light at the of the tunnel... and I'm pretty sure it's not a train. :) Look for a post on this soon, but for now I'll just say it's a good thing to...
Take time to smell the roses
Last night my much better half and I sat ouside, in the snow no less, and watched the miracle of a fiery sunset. For the better part of an hour we sat under a blanket in 14 degree weather, sipping hot chocolate and watched God's canvas change in font of us.
Below are a few photo's I snapped between sips of hot cocoa. Hope you enjoy them... Click each photo to see an enlarged version.