Monday, April 28, 2008
Where I Live...
Where I live there are no trees and no need to own a lawn mower. Instead we have lots of snow, dirt roads, and tundra. It's a very unique place that I am proud to share. Sometime you can occasionally hear are the howls of energetic dogs exercising their legs as dog mushing teams. Last week I heard my neighbor's dogs going bonkers. I looked out the window and saw two mushing teams crossing the field across the street. No wonder there was so much barking going on! I quickly snatched up my camera and ran to my front door in time to snap a shot. I hope you like it.
Over the last couple of days I've been out and about and snapped a few more pictures to share. The middle one is of ice cycles on the railing and the other is a neighbor's new toy! I think it's a bit fancy and fun looking. I wonder how much gas milage this baby gets? HUMMM....still looks like lots of fun!
Kemi asked about the first photo. She wanted to know what's the red dot in bottom of the photo is. That red dot is a reflector attached to a metal rod. It marks the edge of our driveway. To the right of the marker is a drop-off that is completely snowed in. Our biggest problem with the snow filling in there is that snowmachiner's drive through our lot and boy is that ever loud. :-( What's nice about having the marker there is that we know where the edge of our driveway is for snow removal. Anyhow, thanks for asking Kemi. :-)