What a welcome sight on our walk yesterday after the snowstorm we received on Sunday. Both sides of the driveway had flowers spray painted on the snowbanks. Definitely made me smile!
A couple more photos from the bonanza on Friday. I find nuthatch's so hard to photograph, with my camera, as they move so quickly.
The top photo is a white breasted one while the bottom is a red breasted one.
Lovely moon the other night before the storm.
A few houses on our walk. This one appears to be mostly original. The old windows with the wavy glass, a few stained glass windows and what appear to be original eavestrough (gutters) in the back. They do have new cupola's on both the house and the garage.
Another very simple but well maintained home. The garden's in the Summer are beautiful.
This house has a bit of history. It was a rental for many years and wasn't maintained. The current owners purchased it and pretty well gutted it to the outer walls. A friend of ours was an electrical inspector and viewed the house before it was renovated. The gaps between the floorboards was so wide you could see down to the dirt floored basement.It was pretty well all original from when it was built 100 years ago.
A Mourning Dove finally visited the feeders on Sunday. Hopefully more will follow!
Digging for peanuts.
So strange to see Robin's in a snowstorm.
Our neighbour's across the street getting their driveway blown out.
The Cedar Waxwings spent some time in the yard yesterday. I love the mask around their eyes.
This is two of our feeders. I took this from my computer room window upstairs.
The sun was out for quite awhile yesterday melting and clearing the driveway. I am very thankful to have a south facing driveway after many years of north facing ones.
The sunrise this morning was beautiful and very brief.
I wanted to share this calendar photo with you. So sweet!
From our home to your's I wish you Happy Valentine's Day!