Shrimp boats going out and coming back
Enjoy your southern winter! Is snow predicted there for today?
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Yes, can you believe it? Snow and possibly ice this afternoon. I think I’ll sew instead of walk the beach. 🙂
I love the delicate colors here, Judy. Just wish I felt as warm as it looks there. 🙂 Can’t complain, though. This morning it’s above zero, both in the real temperature and the “felt” one and that’s a blessed change! Stay warm!
It looks warmer than it is – mid 20’s. But compared to northern states, it’s a heat wave I guess. 🙂
It’s a heat wave to me, Judy! 🙂
Stay warm indoors, Judy. I guess this is one of those days that I don’t have to wish I was in Florida, huh?
No, you don’t. 🙂
You can’t escape it. 😉 My daughter and her husband live in North Carolina, and they tell me everyone is freaking out because of the weather. Meanwhile, in Maine…Seriously, I hope the storm doesn’t cause too much damage as it moves up the East Coast.
I hope we all make it through it without storm damage. We went out early this morning to get some supplies, it started raining and immediately there was ice on the road and drives. No salt or sand to use down here – just stay in and wait for it to end. I knocked on a car window yesterday with a Maine plate. I had to ask where about in Maine, and she said up near Bar Harbor. But, she was looking for warmer weather too. Stay safe up there. 🙂
Nice photos. We can’t even escape the cold here in our area of Florida…it is going to be in the 30’s tonight.
We’ve got some ice on the roads and driveways here, and they were talking on TV about how the towns/cities don’t have sand or salt. One thing about New England – they sure know how to maneuver through whatever weather Mother Nature drops on them. Stay warm. You may have to trade your shorts in for long pants for a day or two. 🙂
Hope you don’t have to go out on the roads. So true Judy, I think New Hampshire is the best when it comes to keeping the roads clear. I’ll definitely be wearing my long pants and a jacket. 😀
You went south and snow and ice are following you !! Lovely photo of the calm before the storm!
Maybe I should have kept quiet about heading south. 🙂 Glad you missed that massive snow storm in PA.
Beautiful views of the Atlantic! We are hoping to make the trip south about mid-month and hoping all the crazy weather has left by then. I might pack some warmer clothes just in case….
Maybe if you bring a couple of heavy pieces that will be insurance that it will be warmer. I bought my lottery tickets today. 🙂
I’ve got my lucky tickets in hand. May we both win.
Beautiful skies. At least it looks warmer than here. Sorry that you may see snow and ice.
We’re getting the ice storm right now, and they’ve closed off the ramps in the parking garage because it is a sheet of ice. Hope New England doesn’t get as much snow as is predicted.
If it’s snowing in the morning, I’m working from home. My daughter can work from her home. We have food, firewood and plenty of gas for the snow blower. I hope it passes by you quickly.
I hope they caught a lot of shrimp… I’d love to have a few on my salad. Stay warm!
Beautiful shot Judy. Looks like shrimp boat got back in the nick of time!! I guess nobody is escaping winter this year. Stay safe. Stay warm. Drink beer! Lol.
I took those yesterday when there were four out there from before dawn to well into the evening. I guess I need to go out to eat some to support the local economy. And, I had some great peach wheat beer a couple of days ago. 🙂
I hope you’re able to enjoy a few shrimp dinners while you’re there. We’ve been seeing the snow storms on the news. I can’t imagine that much snow. Here, we’re all melting in the high and humid temperatures and there have been lots of thunderstorms with hail. Stay warm and enjoy your sewing.
You enjoy those temps because even here in SC we had an ice storm all day and are expecting snow tonight in an area that has no snow removal equipment. Home in NH the weather is wicked – blizzard tomorrow and the following days are well below zero.
Best you stay indoors then. What a great excuse to sit and read, stitch, watch movies and drink lots of warm beverages.
Well, at least you made the escape! It’ll thaw eventually and you’ll get to enjoy a nice stroll on the beach. 🙂
It’s 25 degrees right now, but the sun is shining, and I’m watching the surf roll in. Good thing I’m content because I can’t leave the area – the road right outside my door is a solid sheet of ice and down here they wait until it melts. 🙂 Stay safe and warm.
Thanks, Judy. It is a regular nor’easter out there – piling up, yet spectacularly beautiful!
I do SO love the shrimp boats Judy – they’re frequently just off-shore here. Up close they’re often totally run down – I sometimes wonder how they stay afloat! But they are a great reminder of a low country tradition.
It always makes me smile at night to look out as I close the blinds and see the lights. 🙂
I’m so glad you made it safely – had been thinking of you when I saw the east coast weather chaos! At least this water photo is another color besides white, even though it’s cold there, too. Not a huge amount of snow here, but everything’s covered and it’s very VERY cold – and just totally white!
Hope you soaked up lots of sun and warm weather while you were gone. 🙂
Makes me hum that song “shrimp boats are a coming… ” I can’t remember any more though…Beautiful sky
Love that sky!
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