Hi Nancy. No, I don't go geocaching in the winter time. I generally stop about when hunting season starts and wait for spring. If you go to my blog at www.georambling.blogspot.com you will see that. Lots of people do go in the winter though. I know some who waded waist deep in the snow last year, but I don't know how they found anything as we tend to look for something that isn't quite where it should be, and you sure can't see that when it's buried in snow.
Nice to hear from you....how is the red purse doing....? I am still wearing mine from Christmastime. I was out with my "red hat ladies" yesterday for lunch at a Tai restaurant. We really made quite a statement on a dull day here in St. Catharines. Two young women were completely fascinated by us all...lol. I told them they should look into the "pink hat group". Doubt that they will do so. Anyways, I am finding by the time I get to Coronation Street, everything has already been said. Actually, I am beginning to think its a bit of a complaining session....I guess its good therapy for us all . Anyways, I still love the show and look forward to it every night..wouldn't miss it.
Hope your new job is going well Nancy, take care. Liz
I have an Second Life persona: Coyotia Kanya for whom I do not have enough time. Learning how to use Second Life is time consuming. She needs to be cared for and I usually have the time to explore some of the regions of the territory and then I have to go....I am an adult and post secondary educator and find I need to keep up with the web-u-cation developments....;-)))
Second Life was used by some of the universities in the US to carry on with education after the devistation and flooding.
Yes, they're my photos - this winter I'm planning to build a darkroom here like I used to have. Miss my black & white developing - it was a lot of fun. My lake actually start to ice up but it melted when it snowed. I certainly do love living in cottage country - the snow is so much nicer than in the city.
I'm not too far away from where you are, at least until you up ship and land somewhere new - I'm in the Kawarthas and live right on one of the 40 odd turquoise lakes in the world - lots of caneoing. Our local community centre is starting Tai Chi in January and I'm planning on starting then.
Hi Nancy. I'm not teaching Tai Chi anymore. I have have chronic fatigue and when it's bad, I also have "brain fog" so I was screwing up the order of things. The students didn't seem to mind, and keep calling to try to get me back but insurance costs are way too much now, so I gave it up. I just do it for myself now, but not nearly as often as I used to. I hope to remedy that situation though.