Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Winter Wonderland Garden

Here in Norfolk we have been snowed in.
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We have had 22.5cms/9inches of snow
It does look beautiful - but I couldn't even get out into the village, to get a newspaper!
My studio looks like a Swiss chalet !
The temperature overnight we expected to be -9c but it actually was -12c
I am off indoors and will be taking the next photos sitting in my garden room which you can see in this photo above,
It's nice to be back in the warm.   The chooks are happy in Peckingham Palace which you can just see.  They've got fresh water - the drinker was frozen this morning so they had a replacement of slightly warm water.  Mixed corn and veggies today for them to keep them warm inside - and they were happily scratching about in the Hemcore bedding in the run searching for it!  Then when full they all flew up into the perches for a doze - so cute.

I checked for eggs and there were two - one must have been laid late afternoon yesterday and it was frozen solid and had cracked - the other was toasty warm.  Once indoors the frozen one thawed out and the crack closed up!

We are due more snow so Mr Lottie and I will be hibernating indoors - we have plenty of library  books, and with food in the freezers we'll not starve!

It's wonderful to be in the snug and warm whilst having this lovely view to look out on.


  1. Your garden looks so lovely dressed in snow! Stay warm :)

  2. Hi Lottie
    It all looks great but those temps sound a bit chilly...we are heading for 42C here in Oz today. It has already been a very long, hot summer here and we are only half way through.
    Thank you for the cooling photos...I needed them today!

  3. Wow! It looks very picturesque.

    We are expecting more snow later today! Will make for good photo oportunities but not so good times in the garden..

    Martin :)

  4. Nice winter photos :) In Poland where I live, the snow also covered everything, there's nothing to do in the garden. I'll follow your blog, it's very interesting, please visit my Slavic garden blog. Greetings from Poland!

  5. Lovely wintery piccies Lottie but even better to see it from a warm and snugly room. We're just getting our first dumping of snow now. Luv, CB, x


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