You have got a lot of snow!
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.
:-) yup, who needs an igloo, just bury yourself in the nearest snowbank :-)
Love this photo that DD sent us, LOL
That pic is just gorgeous!Hugs - Lurline♥
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
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
LOL, love it... just around the corner is the gopher??? lol... you have yourself a great week....happy stitching..
Oh my...that is kinda funny, but not really. Poor deers.
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!!
Looks like the deer are swimming, great photo.
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!!
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.
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
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