The Frost is On the Pumpkin!
It seem the time has arrived to start the kitchen woodstove in the morning to take off the chill in the house. Almost every morning now the outside temperature is just below freezing. Leaving a hoar frost on everything outside.
Here you can see the frost on the grass recording my trip to the shed and back to feed, "les animaux" and to pick up the eggs.
My warped mind finds itself repeating the nasty ditty!
"When the nights are hot and sticky,
That's not time for dunking dickie,
When the frost is on the pumpkin,
That's the time for dickie dunkin'"
This explains why Newfoundlanders with their long and cold Winters have the most active sex life of any group in Canada! Out in the mild La, La, Land, the British Columbians are least active. http://www.pollara.com/Library/News/dec_19.html
I love the cool dark mornings when I get to lay the fire and then cook my breakfast on it. Here is my cheese omlette just finished.
I thought I would do the toast on the stove also. Turned out will.
The warmth of the stove and the smells of food and wood burning embraces one and get you ready to face the day!