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December 21, 2008

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Liliana

Wow! A picture is worth a thousand words! I would feel at home in Rhode Island right now with all that snow and ice. Glad to know everything is fine.

Your reall Butterscoth Pie sounds delicious!

Kerri aka Fuglies

oooh pie!! And I remember seeing pics of that storm of 78, and us out there playing in the snow, afterwards. Where did we end up going? I never realized that we lost power and you had to take us kids somewhere else.

Debby

Wow you live on a sailboat. How cool is that! Stay warm. Your pie sounds heavenly.

Tracy

You read my mind. I clicked on your webpage to see if you had posted any pictures of the boat and snow. What a way to start the winter. They didn't ease us into the snow this year. They threw it at us full force.

Stay warm!

Susanna Boyd

Donna! This is amazing!!!!!! Living in Georgia, we only see a light snow every couple of years. This is gorgeous!!! Is the boat with the wreath yours? Love it :D

x-ray fluorescence

Wow nice snow pictures. This is amazing!!what a way to start the winter.

Carol Peterman

I am snowed in on the other coast. Seattle is blanketed with 8-12 inches of snow, which has pretty much shut the city down because we are not supposed to get snow in Seattle. I too have spent my snowed in days happily baking. I hope your thaw arrives soon.

Used Sailboats

It seems that snow covered all your 40 sailboats. Pictures above were absolutely cute. It will be hard for your sailboats to move and work well if it's surrounded by snow.

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