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Winter Wonderland in British Columbia

Enjoy these winter scenes from Cathie Fox in Wardner, British Columbia!

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    user-7007816 01/08/2016

    What an amazing setting!!!

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    HelloFromMD 01/08/2016

    Beautiful. Hard to believe it's January here. No hope of snow in sight in the 10 day forecast. What an inspiring view from your gardens!

  3. greengenes 01/08/2016

    Oh what a beautiful place, Cathie! I cant imagine having a view like yours out your front yard! Stunning! Iam sure it is just as beautiful in the summer too! Thanks for sharing! Happy new year!

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    meander_michaele 01/08/2016

    That's some serious snow, Cathie, and it highlights your structures and plants beautifully. Your final picture of what I'll call a totem gave me the gift of a morning smile...must have been the topper of the red hat that made me grin. It looked so playful!

  5. user-4691082 01/08/2016

    I love the picture of the mountains! What a view!

  6. laurelmagrini 01/08/2016

    I'm so glad it is snowing by you, Cathie, so I can enjoy the beauty from the relative warmth and snowless land of New Jersey. Great pix!

  7. diane_lasauce 01/08/2016

    Simply stunning. Love the postcard-worthy mountain shot. Happy dormant season everyone!

    1. Annek 01/08/2016

      Ha! Perfect post-Christmas seasonal title

  8. Annek 01/08/2016

    All your winter scenes showcase snow at its best....freshly landed, sparkling white in the sun and highlighting such wonderful structures. Beautiful. I am intrigued by what it looks like in summer.

  9. ginnystokes 01/08/2016

    Mountains? Log cabin? You win.

  10. Sheila_Schultz 01/08/2016

    Snow Angels and hot chocolate or maybe a little snow shoeing followed by a warm fire and a Hot Toddy anyone? Like Kielian's Montana property, Cathie, your home is what dreams are made of, truly inspiring!

  11. GrannyCC 01/08/2016

    Beautiful B.C. scenery. Who could mind the snow when you have those breathtaking mountains.

  12. Schatzi 01/08/2016

    Gorgeous! Love the picture of the snow covered mountains.

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    LindaonWhidbey 01/09/2016

    As an earlier post mentioned, snow is beautiful from afar. I look at it every day out my window (see attached photo) but don't have to walk or drive in it. However, these photos kind of make me miss it just a little. You live in a breathtaking place, Cathie. You have to love BC.

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      Tim_Zone_Denial_Vojt 01/10/2016

      Whoa?! This is the view out your window? Beautiful from afar, indeed!

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        LindaonWhidbey 01/10/2016

        Yes, it is, but it is in WA so the mountains tend to hide a lot behind gray skies:)

  14. PerenniallyCrazy 01/09/2016

    Beautiful British Columbia indeed. Love it! thanks for sharing.

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