Sunday, March 11, 2012

as the snow continues to fall

in boots and scarves, hats and coats
we lumber into pubs for a warming draft
(roofs look clean because the heavy snow sheds regularly,
sidewalks and streets look clean because we have such outstanding plowmen)

13 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Charming facades, look very inviting to go in...
hugs
Léia

Lowell said...

These do look like wonderful retreats to escape the cool of the season. The snow actually has an attraction in your photos. Not enough that I'd want to partake of it, but... :-)

Kate said...

These two look like charming and welcoming establishments. A good place to take refuge from bad weather.

cieldequimper said...

I'm not ready for spring yet when I see this!

Sharon Creech said...

Come in, come in, the cozy buildings beckon . . .

Julie said...

Being snowed it must be a numbing way to live for a season a year!

Jack said...

Your roofs also look clean because Vermonters are wise enough to build structures with steeply pitched roofs to encourage snow to slide off.

Butch said...

64 and sunny in southern Ohio today. No more than an inch this year, not a problem as far as I'm concerned but nice to look at.

Cathy Hudspeth said...

Can't believe there is still snow some places. Here it is 85 and the beaches are full - Spring Break!!!

Virginia said...

Long live the plowmen! I remember fondly from years gone by in Wisconsin!
V

Malyss said...

The red and orange give some heat to the white landscape!

Giorgio said...

We were buried in snow about 3 weeks ago, but now it seems a memory of the far past.

Steffe said...

We had a fine spring day today, with around 13C.