This weekend, while enduring a cold, rainy long weekend at camp, we saw a flock of geese. They were flying north, though, which was mildly perplexing. Do they know something we don’t know? Today, though, I saw the official first sign of winter:
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9 comments to “Winter has arrived”
Living in SoCal, I can’t imagine ice cream stores closing for winter.
We’ve noticed the hornet nests were being built high this summer which is an indication the winter may be bad. We were also visited by a Snowy owl at the beginning of Sept. …..maybe he knows something we don’t b/c that’s a little early for him to be here in WV.
Our DQ stays open all year round, which is a good thing b/c it’s about the only restaurant we have where I live unless you drive 30 miles.
I live in WI and our DQ’s stay open all year–but they are regular restaurants, not the old fashioned, walk up, no-where to eat inside kind!
It’s getting chilly here too. I actually wore socks this week. I hate socks. lol
My husband is hoping we have tons of snow because he’s getting a new sled this year. If we don’t have lots of snow I might have to “quietly disappear” him and hope nobody asks questions.
I lost track of time this fall and didn’t realize DQ was closing, so I missed my last hurrah Blizzard!
Too funny! I live in North Texas and have never heard of DQ closing LOL! Of course, we usually have an average of ‘1’ snow/ice incident a year that practically shuts down the whole metroplex, so Winter is probably a little different here! (It’s 82 and sunny in Dallas right now.)
Just read my first book of yours, Twice Upon a Roadtrip (EC) and thought I’d check to find out what else you’ve written. Imagine my delight in finding out that you’ve been published quite a bit. Goodie for me! I’ll be stocking up!
Terry, you have to read the Kowalski series, they are great! I’ve started it and can’t wait to read the others.
Thanks, Becky! I’ve got the first Kowalski book at the top of my list to purchase. (Unfortunately, I’ve already hit my book budget for October :-P, so I’m in the re-reading stage right now; can’t wait for November!).
I just LOVE it when I find a great new author who’s already well-published. It’s so fun being able to overload on a series back-to-back and not have to test my patience waiting on the next book. Can we say, ‘mememe’? Guess when it comes to good books, I can be pretty selfish LOL!
Oh, and that was definitely NOT supposed to be a happy face LOL!
I know what you mean Terry, I’ve reached my book limit for a while also so I’m re -reading my favorites. Which I don’t mind at all but I can’t wait to read some more of the Kowalski boys. I’ve already told my husband I want an Amazon gift card for Christmas. I am just like you, I love finding a great series that already has numerous books out. I have a few new releases coming out late Nov. And Dec…….cant wait
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