Friday, 17 December 2010

Snow shoes for cats.


Who has borrowed the happy bubble that was keeping the snow away from the cottage ?
Don't mind, but can we have it back soon please ?



Christmas must be near as it looks like a Christmas card outside.
At long last we have had snow in this part of Devon.
Don't let the sun fool you.


There was an eerie silence around the place.


Not many people around.


The whole village had that whiter shade of pale look.


Time to put some colour in the cottage window.


Bring the tree in from outside.



Wash your paws of snow.


Then look smug that you're not the daft one that went outside to start with.

20 comments:

Rebecca said...

we have snow here too..tomorrow is supposed to be worse, im hoping it wont be! enjoy the white landscape..until you need to go out in it that is!!xxxx

soggibottom said...

Rebecca, I am sure I lent you our happy bubble :-) x x x

WoolenSails said...

The snow, the decorations, everything looks so wonderful.

Debbie

Karen~The Barely There Primitive Bear said...

Frank looks happy and Amie looks
content. I hope you are staying
warm! It was warm here, Wednesday
and colder since, but it is going
to warm up again! Be careful if
you venture out!

Bear Hugs~Karen

Sue said...

The pictures are beautiful. Our snow is gone, just wind and cold left behind.

What a lovely area you live in. keep sending those pictures. I love them.
Sue

WendyCarole said...

tree is lovely snow looks good. we had a sprinkle yesterday

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Lovely pictures! We've got snow too. Your Christmas trees look lovely - my photos never look right, I think I need to do a longish exposure maybe.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Soggibottom looks like a winter wonderland. What beautiful white fluffy snow.
I hope the kitties got some snow shoes. They will be neading them.
Your tree looks magical.
How do you get such a great photo of the tree? Well, we know you and your camera,, and your preform miracles.
Oh yes,, Ames needs snow shoes too,
love
tweedles

Miss Kodee said...

OH MY! Real English stone walls :) The snowy street looks like an old English quaint village - so pretty with the snow.

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Still no snow here, and we don't think we even have a bubble here. The snow just doesn't want to fall in OP:( Your cottage looks very festive and cozy for the holidays.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Joanna said...

Charming pictures. The forecasters here are very excited about a "system" that's moving from the west coast east (towards my area) that may be a huge amount of snow or may be not much, depending on something. We're so close to the coast that it's always a close call. So, we may have a white Christmas, too. (or not. What we say is, look out the window to see the weather.)

Shelley said...

I love seeing winter in your area - so beautiful - looks like a wonderful place to live. Puppy pats for Amie and a cheek scritch for Kitty!

Myra said...

Oooo... I like the look of your surroundings there!!! Great photos!

Caroline B said...

It hasn't reached us yet....I have stocked up on dog food, but still haven't got a Christmas tree. I'm hoping we get it all done before the predicted Siberian conditions arrive.
I'm with Frank, what a sensible chap!

Allie said...

Oh no, your happy bubble burst....well, I didn't take it, it's supposed to snow at least twice more before Christmas here. The village looks lovely though. Your trees are oh so pretty - and yes Frank does look smug! I wore some tea after reading that!

Love My Cavaliers said...

Enchanting is the only word that comes to mind to describe your photos. Love the snow on the roads and walls and trees and even on paws. We don't get snow here. It never gets cold enough. Dreaming of that lovely cold as we are deep in the Summer heat.

Victoria said...

All that beautiful white snow makes me jealous! But we are having lots of rain here so I'm loving it:)

Victoria said...

All that beautiful white snow makes me jealous! But we are having lots of rain here so I'm loving it:)

Remington said...

Hi Remington here! Thanks for stopping by my blog! You have a cool blog. I have been sending snow all over the place from Minnesota....glad to see some made it to your house. I am going to follow you....no, not around your kitchen, just in Blogland. I hope we can be great friends.

Melanie said...

Snow snow snow snow snow!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I was just a tad excited when it started to snow Friday evening. We still have some so in a while I'll be popping out to town with my camera.