A Canadian Winter

February 7, 2015 at 6:50 pm Leave a comment

A bright blue day with sparkling snow

DSCN1778 Snowblowers are a big help when the snow is this deep


DSCN1766 My perennial garden in winter


DSCN1800And in our winter, there’s always skiing with all that snow.



DSCN1799Getting those skis on takes a few minutes, but what fun going down the hill with Mommy and Daddy


DSCN1803And there they go–up the hill. Dress for the cold and you can have fun outdoors, whatever sport you choose.



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