But there's snow! :)
I hate driving in fog! I'm just glad when yours lifted, there was a beautiful day to go with it. :)
Andrea: Yes, there is a wee bit of snow, but it is much less than the norm. You can see dirt and grass poking through!Hope: Hopefully, it won't make a reappearance later on today. Not that I have any plans to drive anywhere this evening.
It's good that you have space to look out to but then I suppose Canada is full of wide open spaces.
Pat: We do, indeed, have lots of space, being the second largest country on the planet by land area. Because of climate, the population tends to cluster along the 49th Parallel, trying to soak up some of the heat the Americans generate. ;-)
Some hills ... ? Nothing crazy, just some hills would be very nice.
We are having freakishly warm temps and blue skies. I have a major case of Spring fever and yet I know it will be back to wet and gloomy very soon. But in the meantime, I plan on enjoying it. Do we Americans generate heat or just a lot of hot air? ;-)
Mago: No hills here, sorry. Winnipeg lies on the ancient bed of Lake Agassiz. Flat as a table top!Boxer: Definitely enjoy it while you can! That's what we are doing here too... when we can see where we are going.Americans do emit a lot of hot air at times... like now with the presidential election stuff picking up speed! ;-)
Right now I could use cold. In fact I crave cold.I've forgotten the beauty of flat. Lovely pictures.
Hummm. You're fog looks a little too mysterious to me. Like something bad can come creeping out of it. Our fog is more pastoral.
So you have something to say about all this, do you?Well, let's hear it, then!