My computer is back from the shop, good as new,
I wanted to take a minute to send you a cheery hello on this sunny, snowy day on Prince Edward Island
These photos were taken in the western end of the Island, about a two-three hour drive from my home.
Some of the country roads in that area are down to one lane. The banks are so high the plows can’t push it back. They have to use snow-blowers. The children in that school district are on their 4th day in a row without school.
My end of the Island doesn’t have quite so much snow. We had a little rain in the last storm which helped to melt some. But we still have a lot!
It’s the most snow on the Island since 1982 when helicopters dropped supplies to stranded homeowners in the snow-bound western end. Roger and I missed that winter – we were going to school at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.
With all this white stuff, most Islanders are getting a little winter-weary. But Mila doesn’t seem to mind the snow.
She says it helps her feel closer to her little friends!
I’m heading into the library and guess what book is waiting for me there?
I’m in total agreement with Miss Goudge’s title from Dec-Feb
in March I need a little convincing!
She’s an exquisite writer, one of my favourites, but I’m still not fully persuaded that she’ll sway me.
I may have to browse through some travel dvds too ~ preferably ones with Southern destinations!
It’s good to be back!