Snow In The Hills


Saturday 21 February, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Very cold and windy these past few days, with much of the country freezing its bits off with ice and snow. Here it’s just been darned cold and ferociously windy that has made tree work impossible (tried for 30 minutes, err, nope)…

The best we can do is some snow up in the hills of course, but still beautiful, even if we don’t have to shovel the stuff to get out the door.










So… it’s been chestnuts on the woodburner for me 🙂




But we did get some ‘air snow’ for a while !




Very very weird, but exciting, for us!




16 thoughts on “Snow In The Hills

  1. dayphoto says:

    Snow!!! The air had to really cool down for snow. Your photos show the excitement!

    Linda ♪♫❤


  2. The chestnuts on the woodburner took me back to my childhood in France. We used to do that in the fall and I loved it. Stay warm and enjoy this unusual winter sight.

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  3. the hills around Tbilisi are looking similar at the moment with a dusting of snow…


  4. AnnetteM says:

    Lovely views over the mountains.

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  5. We had a wood heater like that one. Keep warm – you have a beautiful vista to look out on.


  6. So just how low has the mercury dropped Spike?


  7. janegundogan says:

    Thursday? Snowed in Mersin, literally in the middle of the city! Friday? Sat in the sunshine. Crazy weather!


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