oh. my. goodness.40 below zero....Here on Cape Cod I was feeling the cold (especially with today heavy winds) when the temperature held at 30degrees (above zero).You make me re-think my day.(and that is a good thing) :)Keep sharing your beautiful photographs Amy...with love, Sandi
I just had to stop by and let you know how much I love your blog! I've been following for a while now but the thought of 40 below (especially when it's +30C here today!!) made me feel I better let you know how much I appreciate you and your wrting & your photos!Keep warm!!
what is life like at 40 below? can you go outside without a balaclava? I can't imagine. It's 17 here and horrid.
dang! OK: you win the cold award. it's been -16F here. i want a thermometer, a REAL one, like you have, with the extremes of hot and cold, plus wind chills....STAY WARM, eh?? xx
Oooh I love all these pictures.
All of your comments made it easier to get out of bed today!! It's another day of serious cold. Big, warm thanks!Sandi - 30! Lucky Lady!! Did you see people around the cape wearing shorts? haha : ) Hi Cestlavietlb ! I'm so glad you are here!Oh Brooke. I think I feel today's post coming on. Life gets interesting at 40 below I will say that!Foxy - I think I might have an extra Ivory Jacks thermometer around here...I'll look and send....Hi Katie ! Thank you! I love the pictures you take!
My mind simply wrap itself around the idea of what that might feel like, DAMN that's cold!!!...But my eyes LOVE these beautiful pictures and now my heart kind of longs for a down jacket and some cozy fireplace time.