Batten down the hatches Julie, stay safe and warm....Lovely picture of the house in all that snow.....Maine is about the same as here, snowy and cold, Hugs Francine.
Visiting Maine is on my bucket list and yes I would love to see it in the snow too!
No thank you! LOL
Well Julie, I know what you are talking about. I live next door to you in New Brunswick and most of the time we get what you get. Hang in there, Next week the days will start to get longer again and soon it will be spring.Hugs,JB
I know it's a lot colder there than here. It's been cold here though and snowing almost every day. It is supposed to turn to rain in a few days and rain for 3 days in a row. I want snow not rain. Happy Holidays.
Hello, I am new to following your blog. I love your house. My late husband was from Maine (Cape Elizabeth) and he would have enjoyed your pictures, too.Melinda
We've lost all of our snow - weird! It would be nice to have the snow tho so I'd take some of yours. We need the moisture. Stay warm.
No, thank you!!!
we are headed for that storm also.boo enough already.Cathy
Ummm....no, I'll take our mist and fog and above-freezing temperatures. I love the look of all the snow, but lived too many years in northern climes to miss it! Stay warm over there!
i should live in maine! i need lots more snow!
Whoa that is some cold weather. I still would love to live in Maine. :) Stay close to that wood stove.
Does it feel like northern NY?????
Julie, I just have to know what's it like looking like a picture postcard of Christmas!snow snow snow I envy you.I am happy with some rain,hugs cheri in California.
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