The forecast for a major winter storm has been circulating in the news for several days. With temperatures around +10 C yesterday and blue skies I made it to the beach twice. In the morning the tide was out and it afforded us a nice, leisurely walk. When I returned to the same beach the tide was rushing in and the timing wasn’t so great. I have heard that when a storm approaches the tide pushes in faster and sooner… Well, I won’t argue this fact anymore. We still managed to walk along the cliff edge while carefully watching for loose rocks and other debris overhead.
I returned home just before sunset and was treated to this amazing sky and its reflections in the Farrells River that borders our backyard. It made it easier to ignore the snowy forecast…
I had a morning appointment at the GeoPark office here in Parrsboro and during the short meeting, the snow arrived!
It’s time for a steaming cup of coffee while watching the snow accumulate. Can’t wait to see how this plays out… or if it fizzles out like all the other storms we have anticipated. So far we have found that this Bay of Fundy location is quite mild and heavy snow events have eluded us.
Have a great Friday! Stay warm, stay safe, stay positive! Best wishes, Anna
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I have noticed pink shades in a lot of your photos: rocks, clouds and water. I love all the shades.
On Fri., Jan. 7, 2022, 8:31 a.m. Fundy Contemplations…, wrote:
> annahergert posted: ” The forecast for a major winter storm has been > circulating in the news for several days. With temperatures around +10 C > yesterday and blue skies I made it to the beach twice. In the morning the > tide was out and it afforded us a nice, leisurely walk. ” >
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Dorothy, I have never been a person who likes pink all that much but the range of pinks here is limitless! I especially love the terracotta of the cliffs! Hope you can come and visit us one day so I can show you around!!!