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Friday, January 6, 2012

Hard to believe that it's winter...

Feeding the birds from Merry and Bright a Country Living Book


These photos are some that I stole borrowed from my good friend
Donna of D. Reyne, A Life Reclaimed
Her wonderful Garden Folly, Tinker House


Her potager in winter


The next three are from google images...





It was in the 60's today,
hard to believe it's winter...

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Have a great weekend!
xoxo,

22 comments:

  1. Love the images but sure glad we're not having to endure it. Oh, how I would love to have that garden house!

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  2. Gorgeous photos! We had a couple of days of cold weather here in Florida but today it was gorgeous! Hugs! ♥

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  3. I adore Donna's Tinker Palace and obviously everybody does. It's all over Pinterest...with good reason.
    70 degrees here today...YAY!
    Deb

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  4. I just decided that I need a pottager! Just even saying that word makes me so happy! Thank your friend for me for the inspiration!

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  5. Hi~~ I just discovered your fabulous blog through The Cottage Muse. I am you newest follower. I have also joined the link party!!! Love it and look forward to many more.
    ~Cheryl
    FreshVanillaForC

    Come by for a visit sometime;)

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  6. Yes...it's really hard to believe it's winter...in the 70's here today and tomorrow. Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  7. Debra, Love the garden folly and the photos are all wonderful !
    xo,
    Sherry

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  8. Those metal gates covered in snow look so magical, Debra! It sounds like many of us had beautiful weather today; us included. I loved it!

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  9. In the sixties here, too. My petunias were still growing on the deck until the arctic blast got them on Monday. I have never had flowers from the spring still here in Jan. of the next year. Weird weird weather.

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  11. Sorry first comment didn't go through and then it did.

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  12. beautiful photos, thats warm temps for sure, its way below zero here, enjoy the warmth, wish we had it!

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  13. Debra, this is so beautiful!
    Do you think winter will come? Wishing you a wonderful Weekend. Ciao Rita

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  14. It should look like that here, too, Debra... but it was near 50 here yesterday! I don't remember a winter quite like this...

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  15. Those are such pretty winter pics. I was thankful for a warm day today after we just had some very cold temps earlier this week.

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  16. Happy New Year Debra! The snow is so pretty, not much of it here either. That tinker house is fabulous! Thanks for hosting--
    Mary

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  17. This little garden home is so stunning!
    Here where I live in Italy still we don't have seen snow, and some leaves are still on the trees!
    Really a very strange winter, it seems fall...
    Hope it will snow very soon
    Silvia

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  18. It was in the 60's here on Friday, too. It felt crazy to go outside after work to find that a coat wasn't even necessary. I'm hoping we'll get some snow later this month to make it really feel like winter.

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  19. Thank you so much Debra for including my potager and Tinker in your Winter musings post. It has been "sweater warm" here (no need for a coat) and I am thinkin' it's time for a Winter blanket! Without flowers and plants to tend...I prefer it to be blanketed in snow!
    Sending you much love and many hugs
    Donna

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  20. Beautiful pictures! It doesn't feel much like Winter here either:) Have a blessed day dear Debra, HUGS!

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  21. I love the 'hobbled' together greenhouse. I'm pinning that pic. Thanks too for hosting, I always try to participate. Love your blog. Little Bit from DecorateWithaLittleBit.com

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  22. I'm loving this weather ! I'm not much of a winter person . I really love that little garden folly shed !

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