Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Winter in Atlantic Canada






Our first snowfall of the season.



Snow sliding off our bird feeder - our snowstorms are often mixed with rain.  Our word for this situation is, "greasy".


Our street is not plowed, but the school bus made it up our hill anyway!


 Mindy: Bleh! glad I'm indoors.

Mombean here:  I like to capture photos of the first snowfall, it looks so picturesque.

13 comments:

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan, Bibi-Chan, Gen-Chan, Vidock said...

We heard that snow was heading to the Maritimes! Stay warm!

The Monkeys said...

We had snow too! Glad you're inside and safe!

Mariodacat said...

I'm with you Mindy - so happy I'm an indoor kitty. By the way, my peeps are extremely happy that you got the snow and we didn't.

Christiane said...

The first snow I see this winter !!

Cheysuli and gemini said...

Yeah--I bet you are! Have a good one!

Fuzzy Tales said...

Bleh is right. We had only about 3 cms here in Kingston, ON, but we had hours of freezing rain beforehand and it was a freakin' mess. Definitely a reality check. But back up to 7C tomorrow and into the plus double-digits this weekend! For the end of November, that's amazing. :-)

The Island Cats said...

NO! It's too early for all that snow!!

Eric and Flynn said...

It looks very pretty, especially the red berries against the snow. It is much too cold for us though.

ABBY said...

It is indeed so beautiful.
WE can't imagine getting around in that kind of weather, but we know it is not a big deal to you. But it is so pretty.

xoxoxo
purrs
>^,,^<
♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

the first snowfall is always magical...you can't help but love the first snowfall.

Love the contrast of the yellow school bus with the gray/white of the photo. Great job!

Prancer Pie said...

We think inside the window is the prettiest pic! Stay warm (and dry)!

Au and Target said...

It looks so pretty! And I'm so glad I'm living in the the tropics! Enjoy your Thanksgiving snowfall and may your bowls overflow with turkey.

Brian said...

Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr humbug!