most of our snow is gone we still have some on the ground and there is 6 inches coming tomorrow and the cold is coming back in.Cathy
Ahhhh, sweet Corgi butt.....that poor Robin, must be thinking, what the heck, Blessings Francine.,
Oh that poor Robin. He did well to survive this long in the winter. He'll need lots of fatty food to keep him warm. I hope he makes it through the winter.Our snow has melted a lot and we've had a mild spell but it will return to cold soon.Hugs,JB
I'm not sure I have ever seen that much snow before where I live! It's a wonder the robin is still around!
What a fun snow photo visit.Woolie hugs
Robin's sometimes like to stay up north here--they hide out in sheds and barns. "The North wind doth blow and we shall have snow and what will poor Robin do then, poor thing? He'll stay in the barn to keep himself warm and hide his head under his wing, poor thing." or something like that.
Our longtime local weatherman has always said that robins are around all year. But when I saw the first one around here last week I had hope that spring would be here soon. Love the photos of the pup in the snow.
You live in Minnesota and a Robin has appeared? I thought it was too cold yet!!! I hope this is a sign Spring is early. I need to start looking here in Michigan. I have never seen one here in January.Joined your blog.Earlene