Happy New Year, and a Warm Wednesday to All

Starting 2014 with an assortment of pictures to keep warm by…

NYDSaguaroNationalForestJune05Saguaro National Forest, June 2005, outside Tucson Arizona. I don’t remember exactly what the temperature was, but saguaros can’t survive cool weather, so it had to be a warm-to-hot day.

NYDWashingtonMallJuly09Washington, D.C., July 2009, in front of one of the many branches of the Smithsonian Institution. Boy, was it hot.

NYDGettysburgAug13Last summer – August 2013 – on the Gettysburg battlefield. August in Pennsylvania? Guaranteed to be warm, at least.

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13 responses to “Happy New Year, and a Warm Wednesday to All

  1. 21 and snow here but I’ll be in Arizona at the end of next week, enjoying some warmth. Nice photos, Sharon. Happy New Year.

    janet

    • Sounds like a good plan – of course, our weather reports are giving us horror stories about Chicago alternating with “Be afraid…be very afraid” weather forecasts for Philly. Happy New Year to you πŸ˜€

      • We’re still getting snow, although I haven’t heard a total amount. It’s quite a bit, but I’m fine with that. I’ve been very fortunate to miss all the storms in my travels to and from Philly. Hopefully I won’t encounter any issues that keep planes from flying or delay them as I go to and from AZ.

  2. Wet and windy here! Happy 2014 dear Sharon πŸ™‚

  3. still no s*** (which shall remain nameless :))

    • Thank you for avoiding that four letter word! We’ve already had several doses of the unmentionable whiteness, and they’re promising / threatening us with lots more tonight.

      Bah.

      • i don’t wish to upset you but it feels like spring here πŸ˜‰ ish

      • I’m not upset – it gives me something nice to daydream about!

        We just finished shoveling the nameless horror.

      • I am sure it will arrive her just when we least expect it. The coastal regions and those cities with major waterways have experienced some flooding, but i live in neither kind of area, but we do have storms blowing through.

  4. that looks rude, i beg your pardon, i meant the white stuff πŸ˜‰

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