It was winter, now it’s not

I was all set for winter to continue to settle in. At first it was very cold, especially in December where the temperatures dipped very low for PEI for a long stretch and all the old folks were talking about it being an old-fashioned winter. Now it’s been above freezing for a week, more or less, and the formerly knee-deep snow barely reaches above my ankles. Here are a couple of pictures of the cabin before the melt.

I am sorry that the snowshoeing isn’t so hot right now, but glad that it’s easy to keep a place warm. But there could still be a cold snap some time.

I am down to 9 winter squashes, which means I have eaten … over 20, almost single-handedly, since some time in September. Not bad. No surprise that I have a pot of squash soup waiting at home.

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