It finally feels and looks like winter at Logs End. With 5” of lovely snow on the ground and the temperature dipping into the single digits, I can honestly say I’m a very happy girl! The cold and snow don’t bother me (or apparently Cooper!) the wind however I can do without. The wind was icy cold, the kind of cold that blows through all you layers of clothes and basically laughs at you. I think this is the first time the stream and pond have had ice on them, but they aren’t frozen solid.
Even with my super zoom lens I couldn’t get as close as I wanted to the massive icicles that formed along the roof peak. They are so pretty and I suspect lethal if they hit you on the head.
Cooper loves the snow he zooms around outside and will happily catch snowballs you toss to him. Of course he then drops them onto the snow and pummels them into the ground. Maybe he only likes fresh snowballs??
He continues to grow and fast! I keep asking him to slow down, but he doesn’t seem to be listening. There are days when he looks the same and then others when you look and think hmm did he get bigger over night??
Here he is in the chair in the sunroom in November.
Same chair yesterday..
No matter how big he gets though, he’s still wants to snuggle and be as close as possible. He’s also starting to do the “Great Dane” thing where he is now backing up to chairs and sofas. I suspect that pretty soon he will be able to assume the position of butt on cushion, front feet on floor!