Friday, January 13, 2012

That was yesterday. This is today.

The snow storm that blasted in last night, creating perilous driving conditions, was tamed overnight by rising temperatures.  Today we woke to clear roads, a mild day, and a blanket of fog.

It was foggy on the streets.

It was foggy at Fisherman's Cove.

It was foggy on the playing field, where Wendy and Trey chased the ball.

It was foggy by the ocean, where the low sky trapped the sound of the pounding surf, making it sound like Niagara Falls.

And of course, it was foggy in the woods.

I guess the lesson here is, if you don't like the weather, just wait five minutes.


  1. Lovely Foggy Fisherman's Cove shot. It's the same here with weather changes. Today it's brilliant sun and crisp frost. Lovely. Wish I had a dog to take out to enjoy it. Please send Wendy over by return!

    Vicky xx

  2. Lynne, when you come you can walk with Wendy and I'll walk Trey. Wendy is scared of flying, otherwise she'd hustle over for some lovely walks with you in England.


  3. Hey that's our saying in New England about the weather! ;-)

  4. Yep, wait five minutes... I love the picture of that boat, especially, Ms. Sybil. I am also loving our blue skies at the moment, but not convinced they will still be here in five minutes...

  5. Wow, it must really have warmed up. I've never lived by the sea, but I imagine the snow doesn't really pile up where you are. Love the images, very 'atmospheric' - especially Fisherman's Cove - really quite a classic.

  6. karmardav, I think anywhere along the coast has very changeable weather. I like it. Today is s'pozed to be VERY cold, but I take comfort that by Tuesday it will be above freezing.

    Kathy, we have blue skies today but at the cost of frikkin' frigid temperatures. I'd rather have mild gloom ... ;-)

    Cindy, the snow doesn't last long along the coast, but just a few km. inland is a different matter. It really is a very small, climate zone.

  7. Cuz,
    Love, love, love the shot of Fisherman's cove! See my e-mail to what we awoke to today. Winter found us!

  8. Your pictures remind me of Cape Cod, Sybil. I love foggy weather, too, again, if I don't have to drive in it. It often puts me in a mood for a BBC Masterpiece Theater story. Perhaps the changeableness of the weather is one thing that makes life interesting!

  9. ITC - the cove is so photogenic -- hard to take a bad picture of it.

    Barbara, I enjoy the changeable weather so much.

  10. We have frigid temps coming back tomorrow! (Today, mild gloom...)

  11. After all that rain the fields must've been muddy and the dogs must've brought it all into the house. You didn't mention it though. Do you wipe their paws first?

  12. Dearrosie, Oh they're a mess. Actually our yard is worse than any field we go to. We have a mat for when they come in. They stand to have their paws and bellies wiped.


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