I hope those of you that were on the receiving end of the most recent storm have dug out and have everything back to normal. We received I think around 20cm or 8 inches. Not too bad as I know some people here and in the U.S. received quite a bit more.
I love how fluffed out this Mourning Dove was sitting on the deck bench.
The last few days have seen the return of the Purple Finches. Growing up we called them Raspberry Finches. Such a nice spot of bright colour!
Not getting too many Starling's. I know they can be a real nuisance at the feeders.
A little Goldfinch peeping out of the Bittersweet.
Chuck shovelling out the first time. We shovelled three times by the time it was done.
Since Wednesday was such a cold, blustery day I decided to bake some rolls. Do you have something that reminds you so much of home? For me it it this jam. I grew up very close to where it is made. Visiting Niagara on the Lake during the Summer was always a pleasure. The whole town would smell of whatever fruit was in season that they were making into jam. Walking through our local Sobey's grocery store last week I discovered they sell this jam. Oh happy day!
This pan did not last long!
I know many of you don't care for squirrels but I thought these two photos were so cute!
Sitting on top of a neighbours clothesline pole.
Just some interesting photos I've taken over the last few days.
I don't know what this is!
Wednesday evening's sky.
Thursday morning's sky.
Sparkling snow Thursday morning.
We popped into Trenton on Monday to do a few errands before the snow came.
All of our snow was gone!!!
Old door at the Cooey Metal Plant.
Old shed in Trenton.
I'm hoping we are having a road trip today. Chuck isn't feeling the best due to a terrible migraine. In the Winter when we have a storm and then the barometric pressure rises so quickly afterwards it just kills him. Fingers crossed he is better this morning!