Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Old Man Winter



The storm from yesterday still rages on today.
It seems that Old Man winter has an iron grip on this storm.




Yesterday I had fun baking. 
Defrosted all my frozen bananas and went to town!
Ended up with a few banana loafs, and quite a few dozen banana muffins.
They all ended up in the deep freezer.


Cozy Canadian Cottage

As we are in day 4 of the snow in, I am starting to run out of fresh foods.
During the winter I always stack up on the basic stapes such as eggs, milk, bread,
but I am running low on salads and fruit.
There is a grocery store a block away from my home.
Will make the track on foot today.




I will don my parka, winter boots, gloves, hat and scarf.  Should be nice and warm!
No worries, if I should get stuck I have my cell phone....will call Santa, he's close by at the North Pole!

Diane

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5 comments:

  1. Diane,
    You could always take a loaf of that bread and drop bread crumbs. Stay warm and cozy. I hope that storm passes soon.

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  2. As much as I love the warmer temperatures and lack of snow we are experiencing, I do love a good snow day (or 2). You sound like you've got a good handle on your snow life. Stay warm and cosy!

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  3. Safe trip on your trek to the store. You sure got dumped on with snow and bad weather. It is sunny here today but temperatures are around -15 Celsius with wind chills making it about -25 Celsius. We went out to pick up those fresh items you mentioned and will now stay in for the rest of the day.

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  4. Hi Diane,
    Sitting here in the sunshine but not to be fooled it is -20 outside but the snow has stopped for now. The ground is finally frozen...Stay warm!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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  5. Oh my! I would really be fussing by the 4th day of a snow storm! I can't make myslef stay home more than 24 hours at a time. I am impressed.

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