Living the life of gardening on the low spot of a North Carolina mountaintop.
Merry Christmas to you too Christopher. I know about how that wood choppin will keep you warm twice. I hope your holidays are all warm and cozy.
Merry Christmas to you! Maybe you'll have a white, snowy Christmas this year.
Wishing you a white Christmas this year, Christopher! If you get one, please blog about it. I'll be envious.
Merry Christmas Christopher.That pile of wood looks and acts like death to me.Currently I am on a mission to discourage folks from burning wood in urban and suburban areas due to the highly toxic pollutants it puts into the air .The air in most urban and suburban areas is very stagnant and just sits and causes breathing difficulties in kids with asthma , older adults with COPD and with others who have lung diseases.We have volunteer "Spare the Air " nights here in California and yet very few people stop using their fireplaces when the air quality is poor, thus people need stronger air pollution laws in order to keep the environment clean and people out of the hospitals.
If I have a white Christmas this year it will make national news. It rarely snows in North Florida.Michelle I will be on the hunt for some warm wishes especially for you that are easier to breathe down in the the warmer swamp lands.
I hope that your northern Florida Christmas is a nice one - no snow, but the mountains will get a good snowfall in no time.I do love the Blue Ridge.
Merry Christmas! How different from your last Christmas in the tropics!
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