Hat and mitten weather

There’s more than just a little nip in the air here. Our outside thermometer was down to 32 degrees F (0 C) when we went to bed on Saturday night. And the Olympic Mountains already have a significant dusting of snow. Time to pull out more blankets and stoke the fire.

It looks like this operation on Grant Road is ready to offer assistance if you need wood. . .or, they’re darned prepared for the very worst.

8 thoughts on “Hat and mitten weather”

  1. Another reminder that winter is coming. Daytime temps here (close to Toronto, Ontario) are about 20 Celsius or 68 Fahrenheit. Lucky eh.

  2. Brrrrr. It was 51 here yesterday morning and I had to wear a jacket on the golf course for at least an hour!! It was 61 this morning so we turned off the a/c and opened all the windows. Going to go up to about 84. Not humid. Nice.

    There are days when we’d use a fireplace if we had one and we used to have at our old house in Ocala. Not in our villa at Stone Creek though.

    All that wood looks good, though. Looks like you’re prepared. For whatever winter brings.

  3. It was getting colder here, too, but this weekend and Monday we had a return to warmer weather. I’m still heading down to Florida . . .

  4. I’ve got my needles out and have been working away on new hats for my family. I haven’t ever tried mittens though. Maybe I’ll put that on my project list!

  5. i want a fireplace too!!
    here its warm. and then a little colder, and then warm again. we had one night it was so cold we couldnt sleep, so i thought we needed to get out the real blankets, but then it was warm again…

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