That’s what comes to mind when I see this.
But! There is something else in play. It’s been there since I moved to Victoria just over a year ago. I wonder. ….
Need to find another app to use with the blog.
Telephone (staple? thumbtack?) pole?
Yes. Camellia. On the second of March.
If you saw the movie Guardians of the Galaxy, you might remember Groot.
He was the first thing I thought of when I looked up and saw this. It looked like Groot doing a bit of a dance along the grass.
What an imagination, eh?
Out and about this afternoon and I spotted this in a cherry tree in James Bay. I wonder if the tree knows it’s only the end of December?
This could bode well for 2015!
Happy New Year everyone.
We saw this view across the Juan de Fuca Strait, on the way down to watch the parades the other day. Boy, was it ominous.
Lucky for us, it was heading sideways, and although it did cloud up a bit, the worst of it went elsewhere.
I can’t remember who said it originally, but it resonated with me as well: “It’s not Christmas until I’ve seen ads for Chia pets and the Clapper”. Well, I’ve seen them both now, so 😉
The other side of the coin is the Christmas community celebrations. Last night in Victoria we had the Lighted Truck Parade and the Lighted Ship Parade.
There were a lot more trucks than ships, but with either, it’s impressive how much effort some folks put in to make it a success for the community. Kudos to them!
My ship prize goes to the tropical Santa: