If you look close at the above
photo, you can see where the
lake is still frozen from our
last cold spurt.
What fun we had exploring!
It was great to be outside w/o
a coat and enjoy the beauty of
winter on a 60 degree day in
Hope you enjoyed your visit!
~Keep on Dreaming~
It is so good to be able to get out during the winter months and take in God's beautiful landscape. Glad you both had a great time...The pictures are great!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful day off!!
You found a beautiful lake to explore on a winter's day.ReplyDelete
What a fun day! Your pictures are beautiful, it is always fun to explore somewhere you've never been.ReplyDelete
Lovely! Our lake (Lake Michigan) had shelf ice all around it and no hope of melting in sight.ReplyDelete
This looks lovely. It's in the 20s here, so I am enjoying reading about your day.ReplyDelete
It sounds like a wonderful day. We've had mild temps this month, too. I haven't been out, but I enjoyed your outing.ReplyDelete
What a perfect way to spend the day! I so enjoyed taggin' along with ya'll.ReplyDelete
God bless and have an extraordinary evenin' sweetie!!!
How's that weather now???ReplyDelete
I was up at 5:00 stirrin' the fire in the fireplace and it was 66 outside. The storm front moved in just in time for me to gather wood and in less than ten minutes we went from 66-52...it's now 40 and droppin'.
Inquirin' minds want to know! Heeehehehe!
I was thinkin' of ya sweetie. Have a great day huddlin' in with you very 'special' students.
God bless ya! :o)
how fun! i'll bet is was very peaceful, too! we did a similar trip a few weekends ago. so pretty and still.ReplyDelete
i hope that your new year is off to a bright beginning!
What a wonderful day it looks lovely too! You look so cute in those pics! TraciReplyDelete
Lucky you! The lake here in our subdivision is solid ice and it's cold, cold with even lower lows on the way. Looks like you had a good fun day outside and please fan that warm air so it will come up here!!!ReplyDelete
Dotty lake! Did you see Davis Hall? It's such a lovely stone building, used for receptions etc...ReplyDelete