Our Mt. Hood is looking lovely with fresh snow atop her peaks. Dayle took our car for servicing yesterday and on his way home snapped a few shots with our big camera. Isn't she pretty?
The bigger Lumix has a nice zoom on it. Here is the icy top of the mountain.
This shot shows the green fields below.
This image shows the Sandy River which is fed from the mountain snowmelt and of course, rainfall. This is the same river which flows near our home. :-) See how it curves in a big horseshoe shape?
Once home he decided to light our big burn pile and watched it from the perch of his tractor.
When I got the shot of him and his fire from the deck with the zoom I shot this one of the chickens enjoying their yard.
I added a few new tiny jadeite things to the little cabinet and filled the drawer with the teensy silverware.
I don't think there is room for any more additions. :-)
I put out my St. Patrick's decor, which is not much, but I enjoy celebrating the holidays during the year. I plan for us to make some corned beef and cabbage on St. Patty's day, too.
I think my little lamb with the top hot is new from last year.
This little couple are my favorites, she has a basket full of shamrocks and he is carrying some sparkly ones, too. And of course their pet lamb.
We are watching a series called "The Discovery of Witches" and ohhh my goodness.. it's good! This is an image from the show last night, an exceptionally good episode. It's on AMC +. I don't want to tell you too much about it but suffice it to say, it's about witches and vampires but done in a beautifully period and extravagantly filmed way. I highly recommend it.
Do you have any interesting plans for the weekend? We have none but I do foresee some crocheting and enjoying the fireside of our home. Maybe a scenic drive? ((hugs)), Teresa :-)