TEMPERATURE AND WINTER IN NEW ENGLAND – Marilyn Armstrong, Photos -Garry Armstrong

RDP Thursday – TEMPERATURE

“Oh, the temperature outside is shocking …” and it really is. Really really cold, though it’s supposed to go up into the 40s over the weekend. I hope so. Because nothing is melting.

Photo Garry Armstrong

Photo Garry Armstrong
Photo Garry Armstrong
Holly, By Garry Armstrong

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

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41 thoughts on “TEMPERATURE AND WINTER IN NEW ENGLAND – Marilyn Armstrong, Photos -Garry Armstrong”

    1. Yes, a lot of snow. It’s bone chilling cold. I was wearing my Marine Corps winter jacket with a fleece-lined vest under it. I could still feel the cold. I inadvertently shot in “movie mode” as I shot pics. My fingers were numb – even wearing “glubs”.

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  1. As utterly beautiful these pixs are, this feels awful too – you must despair – alone in your hidden house with tons of the white stuff. Keep warm and cozy up with a hot tea and something to make the time pass.

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    1. There isn’t enough for the scotties to get out and the Duke jumps the fence whenever he feels like it. The only think I get done in the winter are blogs and photographing birds. And even that seems to be getting to be too much.

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    1. No, the other one is the neighbor across the street. Our is the one squashed down by a plow. We’ll have to prop it up again when the snow melts. The little red flag when it’s upright is supposed to tell the mail carrier to stop and collect your mail. They NEVER stop. Ever. But every mailbox has flag. Maybe in some other place they actually do stop.

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