where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 23, 2016 § 16 Comments
no reservations needed
come on in and roost
beneath the snowy roof
Tagged: accommodations, birch tree, birdhouse, housing, inn, landscape, pine tree, roof, roost, snow, stone
What a wonderful winter scene!
Is there central heating for visitors?
It’s a pellet stove but very toasty! 🙂
So many vacancies off-season. 🙂
Snow really does transform everything. I’d love to be holed up there.
that makes me smile!
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Awesome! Happy Holidays! 🙂
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Perfect for a christmas eve greeting! I’m forwarding a link late tonight. There will be room for ______ in my inn.
Such a frosty picture and but a snippet of words and yet together they create a warmth of welcome and Christ birth reminders.
Snow is oddly soothing, quiet and comforting which is interesting, since it can be so dangerous.
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