Saturday, February 9, 2013

1356 Snug


sold The storm has passed leaving behind about two feet of snow. We lost power for 24 hours but I received unexpected door to door dinner service (thank you J, D & T). There was only one place in town open and I relished in the long wait for a table (heat!). Everything was okay here for me, no damage, just cold - and the power came back on while we were at dinner. Tomorrow I shovel. still life, acrylic, 6" x 6"

6 comments:

  1. I love this snowy painting, and its title. I have been wondering about you, and I am happy to hear that you are safe and warm. I hope the sun is out tomorrow, and Miss Brie can fully enjoy the tasty snow.

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  2. Used to live in the Colorado Mountains, so know the routine you are on. Wait it out, burn candles, try to stay warm (had a woodstove for that one), next day begin the 'snow removal' and make sure the car could get up the hill to the road. Loved it, but it is for you yungins.

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  3. beautiful paintings! glad you are safe!

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  4. The snow sounds amazing Lisa. Glad to hear you got your power back so you could get warm again!

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  5. Darla, the sun came out and snow enjoyment was had - after the shoveling, of course (Brie sat in the driver's seat of the car, with her head out the window while I shoveled the driveway).
    Pattie, I cannot even imagine how one would keep up with the shoveling in the Colorado Mountains - I don't think I have even an inkling of an idea of how much snow falls there. . . but I did already call a wood burning stove place, they were very busy today!
    Last Cup of Coffee and Wendy, thank you, I'm so happy to be comfortable - towns are still without power up here - I don't know how people can deal with it for any length of time - I ordered a sleeping bag rated to 15 degrees today though, just in case. I have been wearing snow mobile boots since Friday! I'm quite the vision!

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