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Sunday, February 8, 2009

An email I received today...

This just about sums it all up! 8-)

Summer is almost here in Manitoba, Canada
We can see the deers' heads no
w when they are moving around...
Yep! Won't be long now... 8-)

14 comments:

Guðrún said...

You have got a lot of snow!

Dorothy said...

Myra,
The photo is priceless! I thought we had a lot of snow, but that sure beats us.
Hope you have a great time at your quilting retreat.

Quilt Pixie said...

:-) yup, who needs an igloo, just bury yourself in the nearest snowbank :-)

Quilter Going Bananas said...

Love this photo that DD sent us, LOL

Lurline said...

That pic is just gorgeous!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Sipiweske Quilts said...

Where did you get a picture like that?!?!?! I have never seen deer going through the snow that deep - they must have really wanted to get somewhere and it doesn't look like they were taking the easiest route. Great photo! - Marlene

Corinna said...

lol I saw that on the news last night! Poor deers are going to be tired. :o) Yup spring's almost here. It got above 0 here today. I imagine it was warm in 'peg too. Next weekend I'm going to be there! yay! I can't wait! lol

Lise said...

LOL, love it... just around the corner is the gopher??? lol... you have yourself a great week....happy stitching..

Brenda said...

Oh my...that is kinda funny, but not really. Poor deers.

Kerry said...

That photo looks so cute and funny, guess they are used to it - while we swelter over here!
I have to tell you - that thread holder/pin cushion you made me is the best! Using it always!!

Idaho Quilter said...

Looks like the deer are swimming, great photo.

Brenda said...

OH Myra!! That made me laugh!!!! I wounder if they are like Canadian Geese - do they switch who's in front when the one in front get tired?? lol!!

DiahRothman said...

Hi Myra,
Thanks for dropping by my blog.

Yeah it is something unique and at first I thought they were swimming.
Hope to see more of this kind of pics.

Erica said...

This is such a lovely photo Myra and has put a smile on my face which is something that I need right now with all of these dreadful bushfires going on here in Victoria.
Erica