Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Take me away



I think I could even climb aboard this plane. . . .if I would be guaranteed that it would take me away from here to someplace warm. Someplace significantly warmer than 17 degrees below zero. Take me away, Disney!

11 comments:

Cathi Green said...

17 below zero??? Oh my! Sending warm thoughts your way!

pat said...

When I first saw the title for today's post, I was expecting to see a bubble bath... Sorry about the nasty nasty temps. Fiji sounds good, don't you think?

Lauren Hartman said...

I recognize that! So sorry it's so stinking cold for you still :(

Esther said...

Seriously 17 below zero!? That actually makes me smile to think that I'm not alone in this frozen world! :) I'll just stick to looking at my Hawaii pics for a few more weeks. lol. Nice shot too, a much nicer place to be than cold.

Nicki, said...

Interesting bike path. I too am leafing through last summer pictures to 'take me away calgon'. Another "winter storm" is predicted to invade - honestly, I don't know how ya'll stand it.

Maria said...

17 below? Just the thought makes me want to cry!

Reds said...

Brrrrr - that cold?!!! Can understand why you would hop on that plane!

Jeanne said...

I soo understand why you would want to go away, 17 below is dang cold. Tell me why it is you voluntarily live in such a frigid place?? Yikes!

annabelle g said...

17 below, you poor girl hope you warm up soon....I love this shot, the colors are fab :)

Sharon said...

I'd invite you down but it's not very warm. It was only 54 today! ;)

Maria said...

That bunny reminded me that when we first moved to our current house, there were a lot of rabbits in the backyard, which Lee was forever shooing away so they wouldn't dig up the grass. In fact, one year, for Father's Day, the boy's gave Lee a Super Soaker water gun, so he could just point it at the rabbits (although, really, the three of them just wanted to play with water). Then, a couple of years ago, we think a larger critter moved into the neighborhood and killed them all; we even found rabbit bones once next to our fence. Well, we haven't seen a rabbit since. They look so cute, and they are, but they can also be destructive.

Your snow looks really yucky! So does ours, but we don't have anywhere near the mountains that you do.