Tuesday, September 07, 2010

An Owl-Sheep...And Other Pics


There's a very rare and unusual creature in these parts of Canada...

That's right! It's half owl and half sheep! It's the fuzziest little critter you'll ever see! :)

Now for some more photos captured by cell phone cam!
Grampy's garden. Harvesting veggies in September.
Grampy's little quiet spot.
Just some of the delicious veggies from the garden.
Who would have thought we'd go from bathing suits last week to winter jackets this week? Gotta love the crazy Canadian seasons! It went from *31 degrees to 18 in a week! :) Pic of Lola, Grampy and their grandkids.






* For my American friends, 31 degrees Celsius is 87.8 degrees Farenheit and 18 degrees C is 64.4 F!

3 comments:

Cherry said...

THANKS for the temp conversion! You are a hoot! get it? a HOOT!

Where I live we will wear both shorts and scarves in a single day. That cold Pacific fog rolls over the city in the afternoon/evening and will chill ya to the bone.

BTW - are you trimming LO's bangs or are they just staying perfect for you? I love the little top knot! I cannot wait until LilMiss' hair is long enough to play with :-)

hotmommy said...

so so so cute!

yummy vegies!

Marilyn (A Lot of Loves) said...

I hope you're not wearing winter jackets in 18 degrees?! We're still in shorts over here in the same temp.

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