Monday, February 25, 2008

Fire and Ice: Beauty to Keep on the Other Side of the Glass

Whenever we go to our folks in Bowmanville during the winter months, we always enjoy the woodstoves for the opportunity to play with fire, and lately, even cooking foiled-wrapped fish fillets. As well, there's hardly anything better than waking up in the morning and soaking the intense heat that radiates from the stove -- its almost like a mother's hug. And so, after cleaning the glass door, I had to snap a few pictures -- unfortunately, there's a bit of a reflection in the picture.
But going to Bowmanville in the winter also means lots of beautiful snow!!! Pretty flurries, snow-laced cedar branches, and the luxuriant, soft, white duvet draped over creation's surfaces.
And of course, going to Bowmanville in the winter also means skating and good ol' Canadian hockey...

1 comment:

Laurie said...

Thanks for the great posts! Nice to hear how things are going for you guys. And enjoy the snow while it lasts :)