No prizes for guessing what I'll find in my bag of PPP's Winter Mixture this morning!
Snow! Lots and lots of snow . . .
the snow started falling late yesterday afternoon. I knew that it was on it's way as there were Tweets from the east of the county describing the snow-storm as it came in off the North Sea, an hour later and there were a few flakes in the icy wind. When Cliff came home he only just managed to get through the accumulating snow on the highest point of his route home over the border from Cambridgeshire into Suffolk.
And this morning . . .
Here's the front of our house in a very wintery scene.
The trees in the churchyard are outlined in the snow
which blew in from the north-east.
In our garden, our beautiful Yew tree is decorated
with a frosting of white; it's also alive with
Mistle Thrushes, Redwings and Blackbirds
feasting on the berries and sending puffs of
powdery snow into the icy air.
The Hazel Arch is looking stunning
- now, this is why it's worth making some
architectural structures in the garden!
The tabby one is out and about, brave girl! . . .
her ginger brother is fast asleep in the studio ;-)
The hen-house looks like it's been transported to Lapland
- what a shock for my under-gardeners!
Nutmeg Spice is being brave - come on girls!
I hope you're safe and warm wherever you are today, enjoy the winter spectacle!
Another dip into my bag of PPP's Winter Mixture very soon,