Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas



















From Outside Clyde on hiatus in Orange Park, Florida while a foot of snow accumulates on the low spot of a North Carolina mountain top. I have a feeling I'm gonna have to shovel my way back in.

12 comments:

Lola said...

MERRY CHRISTMAS, CHRISTOPHER.

Santa has already been here & left.

I sure hope you don't have to shovel your way back in. Or you may have to wait a day or 2 to return.
Be safe.

Nalani said...

Happy Holidays Christopher!!

I saw a documentary about Pearl....AMAZING!! Love the progress on the cozy cabin, very proud of you!
Have had rain in Kihei...my yard is happy. Said farewell to the Friday meeting last night, low attendance. (Thought of you) Have you a name for wild kitty? My newest addition is Onyx...XXOOXX

antigonum cajan said...

One hundred species in two hundred square meters. Where is your botanical inventory?

antigonum cajan said...

This blog sort of sucks, considering your words in garden rant..buajaha bilingual laugh...

Christopher C. NC said...

How special, a visit from the Puerto Rican Ass for Christmas. Thanks for stopping by antigonum cajun, a new low in online personalities.

Merry Christmas Lola. Two feet of snow in the mountains in the last diagnosis.

Nalani what a wonderful surprise to hear from you. Rain in Kihei was always a nice thing. Miss you. XXOO.

Carol said...

Merry Christmas, Christopher.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Merry Christmas Christopher. I hope you don't have so much shoveling when you get home.

Christopher C. NC said...

Happy happy holydays Carol.

Merry Christmas Lisa. I have this firm wish that the snow plow man will be nice to me like last year and scoop the drift, likely to be six feet in this storm, away from the driveway entrance. Oh pretty please Mr. Plowman.

Siria said...

Merry Christmas Christopher! I can assure you that you will have some shoveling to do. It started snowing in the middle of the night on the 24th and it hasn't stopped yet. Temps have been dropping steadily and another storm is headed here tonight. It should stop snowing sometime tomorrow. I'll try to send some pictures to your email later today. Can't complain though...it is gorgeous!!!

fairegarden said...

Oh yes, you will have to shovel, depending on when you return. We bought a snow shovel like yours with the bent handle. TN is a winter wonderland. :-)

chuck b. said...

Merry Christmas! Are you storing some Florida warmth to take back with you to the low spot of a North Carolina mountain top?

Christopher C. NC said...

A white Christmas for Siria. I hope y'all were well stocked. I'm afraid there is no avoiding the shovel.

Merry Christmas Frances, Tenessee winter wonderlnd not Asheville? You didn't drive through that di you?

Chuck I missed the snow flurries in N.Florida by only a few miles. There is no warmth to spare here.