The result has been lovely little icicles hanging everywhere...
The ramp is covered with an invisible sheet of ice that caused Pogo to slip and slide on his way out to do his business.
All this leads to a day of staying indoors, keeping the wood burning stove glowing with coals, watching the birds come to the feeders, a little bit of cleaning, and reading & writing.
What does any of this have to do with a balaclava and bumbershoot? I enjoy spending time each day reading other bloggers posts; this morning, one of the blogs I visited was Powell River Books, Margy writes about her and her husband enjoying time off the grid in coastal British Columbia, a blog I always enjoy reading, (click on the link to read more), and I discovered the ABC Wednesday blog link on her blog.
Consequently, I began a search for words that begin with B! And with this wet, winter day, a balaclava (a knit hat for the head and heck) and a bumbershoot (umbrella) are 2 must have's for venturing out of doors. I had to wrap my neck and face with my scarf to make a true balaclava out of my knit hat, but it worked!
I must confess, it was so icy that I did not venture out where I needed a bumbershoot, I didn't want to fall on my derriere or worse yet break an appendage, so I stuck to the porch, wore my balaclava, and watched the birds feed! This is a true balaclava...
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