|Our neighbor helped us, then Wayne bought a|
snowblower and helped his mom's neighbors
|Wayne makes sure the birds can find food after the snow|
Today grocery stores are opening from 10-6 so folks can get some groceries resupplied, but things are probably a bit scarce on the shelves as deliveries from the mainland haven't been getting in and even out here there wasn't a loaf of bread to be found on the shelves at our store.
|Our kitties watching the birds|
|Me and my fantastic sister-in-law with a view of St. John's behind us|
On a November day my sister-in-law and I went for a walk in town. We thought it was kind of cold that day but what did we know with real winter more than a month away? I remember having to take off my gloves and unzip my coat for heaven's sake!
|Just an iPhone shot, but from our trail we could see iconic Signal Hill in the misty distance|
Tucked in the heart of St. John's we were walking the Oxen Pond to Long Pond section of the Grand Concourse, a network of trails that totals 120km. We were enjoying the shelter from the wind and city noise and along our way we spotted a blue jay doing the same.
Winter is far from over, but hopefully there are no more storms like the one we just had in store for us. Everybody stay dry and warm, no matter where you call home!