Friday, January 28, 2011

Maple Syrup Art Snow Candy



Instant candy. I took our maple syrup put it in a plastic bottle and made some candy art. It's an hard to recognize owl that is endangered to our sugar cravings. It's the perfect winter scene here. No wind at all the past few days and lots of fluffy white frosting, sugarless frosting on everything. We were thinking of Laura Ingalls and their snowy winters long ago.



A country lane. Yes this is a road.



With all of the running and jumping through the snow our westie finally felt tired yesterday. Last night he was enduring my photo snapping trying hard to keep his eyes open. Right after this picture he put his head down and with an oomph sigh he was fast asleep. We haven't seen any squirrels at all the past few days. It must be too hard to navigate the snow on all of the branches. Every twig and branch is a snowy mountain peak.

I'm glad the birds are playing hop-scotch on the wild plant seedheads. That will mean less weeds to pull this spring. The chances of them eating every last seed is slim but it's still a beautiful sight to seem the birds cleaning up.

5 comments:

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Such a gorgeous picture of your Winter Wonderland! I hope Sir Salty got a good night's sleep, poor little guy! He looks exhausted!

Wyatt said...

Mmmm, maple flavored snow. Good idea!!

Wyatt

Wyatt said...

Mmmmmm. Maple flavored snow. Good idea!!

Wyatt

*Ingrid* said...

Congratulations whit your beautiful art blog and thank you for your lovely comment on my blog!!have a beautiful weekend....

Sheila said...

What a cutie, my westie throws her head down as if she has the weight of world on her shoulders!
I love 'snow candy' ive never seen it before but i read about it and thought what a great idea! A pretty picture too.
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