Friday, February 18, 2011

What Happened? Did we Switch Channels?

As of February 13, we returned to New York.
Our scenes out the window in the morning, shifted accordingly.

The temperatures were chilly  when we got here but have been warming up ever since.

Probably the most complicated part of shifting back and forth between the Bahamas and here is remembering which side of the road to drive on, and to remember where the spatulas are in the kitchen.

The snow is still piled high in many places.
But there is much evidence that spring is on the way.  

There is not much one can do outside yet, other than take daily walks.  Because of the constant melting during the day, black ice is a consideration and one must walk cautiously across it to keep from slipping.

1 comment:

  1. Mary

    Remembering the topography of your area I would expect that, in the black ice season,crampons are the fashion accessory of choice!