Sunday, 20 January 2013

It's Snow Fun!

Hello Friends

I thought I would share with you some of this weekend's photographs...

Don't quite think I shall sit out today!

Hettie thinking of coming out of the coop!
Assessing the situation with Betty..
Not happy with that idea!! Going back in.
Feeding my lickle ones..Caitlin, Tracey and Mrs A (left to right).  If you are wondering how I can tell who they are, tail feathers and colour.
Dobby with his posh coat on, acting like a nutter!
Would this be a cold call?
A lamp post to lean on!
A Snow Chook for the Playground.  Well, anyone can build a Snowman!
Our Cottage looking pretty.
When you cannot use the horsepower use Broom Power!
And finally, keeping a light on for my friends!

Hope you like my and Hubby's pictures.  Expect to see some pr all on a Scrapbook layout soon!  These photos have made me smile this weekend.  

Hugs.  Stay safe and warm



Amanda said...

Fabulous photos, love the snow chicken lol. Lots of snow here too but chest infection is keeping me indoors lol. Hugs, amanda x

Darnell said...

Congrats on your win over at Di's, Sam!!

Thank you for this charming photo tour of your little cottage and environs all blanketed in a layer of lush frosting! It's been a delight seeing it all, especially the girls and Dobby!

Your snowchook is inspired, you clever girl. LOVE it!!

MaggieC (Silvercrafter) said...

That snow chicken is brilliant and definitely made me smile. xx Maggie

Lunch Lady Jan said...

You live in Narnia!! You must do, there's a lamp post!

butterfly said...

Wonderful photos - and I'm with LLJ... that's a Mr Tumnus lamppost if I ever saw one! Love the snow chicken...
Alison x

Mrs A. said...

That's my girl! Hugs Mrs A.

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi Hettie LOVE IT!! esp the snow chicken so cute, Shaz.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Di said...

Fab photos Sam! Of course the snow chook will be a hard act to follow :) Hugs, Di xx

Annie said...

What a fab set of pics Sam. Really love the snow chicken :-)
Thanks for joining in the fun....and yes I'm smiling now :-)
A x

Kathyk said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog - love your snow chook and photos


Sarn said...

Awww . . . what great pics. Look at the little chooks, bless 'em. And your cottage looks VERY pretty.

I love your snow chook too . . . very novel.

Sarn xxx

CraftygasheadZo said...

Oh what a gorgeous place to live, you are so lucky. Your photos are stunning. Take care Zo xx

ElizabethR said...

Fab piccies and the cottage looks lovely, you will get some cracking pages from these pictures, especially the snow chicken lol. Warm hugs Elizabeth xxx

lisa said...

Looks like you had lots of snow fun, Sam. I love the snowchook and wow, you live in such a pretty place. I'm definitely coming to stay!!!
There's nothing left but to enjoy it when the weather stops us doing anything else. We've had a good amount today and it's still falling so have everyone at home as schools are closed and Hubby works for himself so decided not to do the 1.30 hour commute but work from home instead.
Looking forward to seeing the snowy layouts!
Stay warm
Hugs Lisax

voodoo vixen said...

What fabby snow pics you have managed to get! I smiled at the chair, laughed at the cold call and the snow chicken and poor Hettie trying to decide whether to go out or stay in!!

Anonymous said...

Those are fantastic photos Sam, perfect snow for photographs. Love poor Hettie, bet they don't know what to make of it, mind you, neither do you, lol!! Been watching Harry Potter again have we???!! LOVE the snow chicken! But tell me, does she lay coddled eggs!!

PS. Keep warm, high of -8 here today and going to be -15 tonight.

Elizabeth said...

Super photos, Sam. Especially love the snowchook and the pics of Hettie - that's one smart chick :) Elizabeth xx

Irene said...

Fabulous photos especially the snowchook.

Terry said...

Wow those are some gorgeous pictures. Love the hens taking a look outside. Your cottage looks amazing and cold! Hugs!

scrappymo! said...

Now I was sure I had commented on this post...guess not!
I LOVE your Adirondack chair. They are really popular on the beaches or on the docks up on Shuswap Lake. Our lot is too small to add one there, but I have a bench at my front door at home, where I often sit and drink my coffee.. I would like to get rid and switch it to a chair like this. Loved this picture with the snow on it.

I think this is my favourite post of yours ever. Of course it is fun to see the beautiful art everyone creates but it is nice to see where we live and the little things that make up our the gorgeous gate...and the chair so inviting even covered in snow!