October 12, 2009

Thankful for Thanksgiving!

-Cooper and Dawson.-

Yep, it's that time again. Time for snow and sleds, mittens and toques.

Over an uncommonly cold Thanksgiving, we stepped outside for as long as we could bear to snap some shots of D+K's little family. And, while we appreciated the beauty of the fresh blanket of snow, we were also thankful for the roaring fire and woollen slippers awaiting us indoors.

1 comment:

Rob MacDonald said...

Hi Rachel and Trevor,

I had a recommendation to look at your blog as it is in the same genre as mine. I figure they did a sort on latitudes, because St Petersburg Russia is just approaching 60 degrees north.

What wonderful photographs, and the captions add to the effect. Our wild life is mainly wild pigs or boar, which can be quite dangerous, as well as grumpy bears. Not many squirrels, and no rabbits... strange! We spend our summers on the Volga waters southwest a ways from Moscow. Just got back from subtropical Sochi.

Now we are starting to experience our Russian winter, mitigated by the Gulf of Finland.

All good wishes,