A great thing about living next to Concord (Massachusetts) is nonchalantly getting to take out-of-town visitors – with literary inclinations – to some pretty great local attractions. On an unseasonably warm and sunny Monday, we made an outing to Walden Pond and hiked the trail around the pond to find the original site of Henry David
snowtime from Иванов Вячеслав on Vimeo. ~ Beautiful (and tiny) time-lapse. Found at Colossal.
I clearly heard up to 6 inches of snow predicted for today. We’re at 8 and counting. It sure is beautiful, but maybe even I have had enough for one winter.
A swan and ducks on a winter day.
Caught by surprise (a pleasant one) by this morning’s snow storm. Update: Here’s another photo of our barn taken by a local photographer for last week’s paper: http://carlislemosquito.org/index.php/photos
Montreal By Winter from Timecode Lab on Vimeo. ~ I see a family vacation coming up next year…
The story of the potty mouth plow operator as found on Boston.com. Photo from Shanti Branford found on Flickr.
From Boston.com archives: Vintage skiing photos. ~ I love seeing how ski clothes have changed over the years. Photo: A family skiing trip in Stowe, Vermont circa mid-1980s
Southie’s creative winter parking-spot saving tradition. ~ A great visual documenting a common illegal practice in Boston found at http://www.boston.com. Flickr photo by Merryddian: http://flic.kr/p/5RRPxs
~ Urban snowboarding in Boston
I’m sitting at my desk procrastinating and looking out the window at the snow. It just fell last night so it’s still white and fresh and there aren’t too many tracks through it, aside from our dog and the various woodland creatures that call our back meadow home. We only received a couple of inches,