On Saturday the deep freeze let up and temperatures climbed to within a few degrees of freezing. The recent negative-double-digit temperatures had made going outdoors a mite unpleasant but today offered the chance to catch up for some lost time.
The sky was an odd pale blue.
The snowbanks by the sidewalks were quite high. The camera was around 1.5 m above ground when the picture above was taken and the lens just cleared the top of the bank.
Sometimes you wonder just where all the snow goes when it’s shoveled from the walkways.
For those of you not from Newfoundland Labrador, ‘The Duke” is a frequent set the locally shot and produced “Republic of Doyle.” If you are interested you can watch past episodes right from the website in the link.
Duckworth street is pretty narrow right now with all of the piled up snow. It’s got its own charm 🙂
So…which artwork do you prefer: the mural or the tags?
Compared to ours, YOUR buskers are a bunch of wimps.
I don’t buy much music in physical form (CD’s and such) any more but I do have around 300 vinyl records down in the basement that, sadly, haven’t been played in decades. Most of them came from Fred’s.
While you can’t be expected to much enjoy the piles of snow by each house you have to love the colours!
What a day for a skate! It’s a bit crowed for my taste right now but I’ll be there later on when most of those guys are in school or at home for the night.
The skate trail is good to around +10 C. With any luck we’ll be able to skate there until around mid April.
Tomorrow it will be even warmer…for a few hours.