A big pot of chili with good red wine and you didn't invite me, Susan???? What were you thinking!Seriously, snow on the mountain so early probably confirms what Astrid has already heard about winter here this year: COLD! I hope it means we can walk/skate on the canals. :)
Oh,no it's tooooo early for snow. The chile sounds good, though.
Ginnie, wouldn't that be fun!! I'm sure there would be so much to talk and laugh about ~ especially after a couple glasses of wine!Hey LeAnn ... that chili was awesome, even the next day on cheese omelets, have you ever tried that? The weather is supposed to be in the perfect 70's this week ~ how crazy is that! We'll take it.
We've got rain here today and they had predicted 80's so you just never can tell. It is gloomy and grey and probably headed your way since we are on the west coast. It's the beginning of another wonderful season and all the changes that come with it.
Amen to that, Teri! I'm making huge efforts to embrace the changes that I know are coming.Thanks so much for visiting again.
WOW! Can't even imagine being near snow again! That last shot is stunning!! ~ENJOY~
beautiful! i love snow from afar. that middle picture is what i see when anyone says the word "Colorado"
brrr... but very beautiful!!! Chili is a good choice & cornbread to go with? I do love this time of year ~:o) We do not have snow yet, however everything is golden. If I was still in AK we would have snow to stay.. until May. That was a wee bit tooooo long of a winter for me!enjoy!
wow ..that is quite a view and the chili sounds delish!! enjoy!!