Life with dogs, dog agility, après dog agility, life with a camera, and who knows what.Ex Pertinacia Victoria.
I have a couple of photos like that this morning, too!
The funny thing is that the indoor/outdoor thermometer on the near side of that same porch said it was 43. I knew from the frost and ice that that was incorrect for most of the yard. Also tells me how much heat must be leaking from inside the house!
brrrrrr.....I think it was warmer HERE!
The good thing is that we don't expect this to go on much longer, then a bit warmer again.
OMG! I didn't even know they had thermometers that go lower than 0 -- er, 32 -- in California. I have been enlightened.That's about the same temperature we've had lately. And here I thought you guys could lounge around in shorts and t-shirts 365 days a year.I *am* still jealous of all your backyard fruit trees, though. *sigh*
Yeah yeah. In fact, it gets below freezing here usually several times each winter, but not usually this early (last two days have been record-setting cold or near it for these dates). It actually snowed enough to make a tiny snowman if you were quick back in winter 1976, although the mountains around us (sometimes as low as 1500 feet or so--we're of course about sea level where I am) get real snow several times each year that often hangs around for a day or two.But next time in the middle of winter when I'm hanging around outside in my t-shirt, I'll be sure to send a photo your way. Next to my citrus trees. ;-)
So very thoughtful of you... heheh ;-)