Sunday, February 3, 2019

SEEN AROUND TOWN


As many know, the Mistress can become very reclusive right after New Years' is over. When is there a better time to recharge my batteries? And while I don't dislike the cold weather and snow, summer is always my favorite season. But I'm still willing the Snow Queen to belt us with a huge snow storm, I haven't given up yet. Lately,  we have had very small snow squalls with maybe an inch or 2 but that's it, but the temps have been frigid. Still sleep with my window cracked at night, that fresh air. I did venture out this week though to have dinner and drinks in New Hope with a good friend. It was a good night to go to Nektar, a very good bourbon and whiskey bar. On my walk of shame Saturday a did a bit of a wander around town.
My friend's deck to the Delaware River.
Along the canal
Afternoon drinks at Karla's. It's wonderful when the piano often comes out for some fun, drunk, sing-a-longs.
I have always adored this bread building.

I went to see my human anal-ysis.

HA!

The Casa's slogan.... now on lunch boxes!


But now back at the Casa hibernating enjoying some suspects and scenery. It was a beautiful sunrise one day last week.
Turned into a beautiful sunny day today however, very mild.... temps going up this week again to the 50's and I hear almost 60 on Tuesday again. Not looking good for the Snow Queen. But I am still hoping. 

Love doves

The best part of weekends.

37 comments:

  1. I like the forecast sign. and the meat parade at the casa is a tradition, kinda like the mummers parade.

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  2. Loved the tour! I like me some winter, but probably because I like sleeping in and snuggling.

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  3. New Hope is such a beautiful but quirky town. I'm loving the pictures. BUT NO SNOW! Stop tempting the Snow Queen damn you. And how you manage to eat like that and keep that trim svelte figure is beyond me. It goes right to my fat ass.

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  4. Beautiful post! While I liked the drag history, I did miss the usual suspects, and that snap at your friends deck is stunning. I can feel the cold crisp air.

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  5. I love your town...you had me at the first picture!

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  6. It went up to 54 (F) in Enola today... tomorrow's supposed to be warmer. Yippee!!!

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  7. Your demented bitch of a Snow Queen has already wrecked havoc on so many places! Maybe she's tired now. I'm so ready for some spring birdie songs. Until then, I'll make do with your usual suspects. Your photos are always a joy.

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    1. Excuse me, that's wreaked havoc, Deedles you insufferable twit!
      Yep, manic again.

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    2. you rught...if we get hit with one, you know who we're burning at the stake.

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  8. We are supposed to get 3 inches of snow tomorrow. Much more south of us. Loverly pictures as always. Lucky birdies.

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  9. Snow queen, Snow queen, was somebody looking for me?

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  10. With us being retired for years, everyday has the potential to eat like that for breakfast, but we refrain. That certainly does look delish though. The Titmice have made my day!

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  11. I had no idea you had a human anal-ysis?

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  12. Lovey post! I too am adoring that King Midas Bread building...how quaint.

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  13. I'm coming to your place from now on for breakfast.

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  14. That sunrise picture is fantastic! That's how we Southerners picture snow. Only I have actually lived in places where it snows and I know that snow rarely looks so beautiful. But the picture is fantastic.

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  15. Such lovely photos! I too liked the breakfast photo the best.

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  16. Beautiful pictures! I would one year like to spend winter there to see how Id do with the cold and snow, but who ever could put me up??? Loving the lunch box. Those eggs look perfect.

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  17. I'm guessing the human analysis probe you but good, you know, with questions?

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  18. I swear, this year I'm getting down there before the summer hits if it kills me! I always love the pictures of your quaint town and area. And hell, if your cooking like that...…..

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  19. i could be wrong, but isn't that sandwich board sign also on your bedroom door?

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    1. HuH, NO... IT ISN'T.

      I have it on a tee shirt, get it right honey.

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  20. I loved the tour. Your city has the best weather forecast, and I gotta get that lunch box.

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  21. That town should hire you as PR manager. I wanna go visit! Loved the tour and that breakfast looked tasty!!!

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    1. Oh you would probably love it here. I'd be very hard pressed to move from here.

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  22. Thank you for the tour! The snow queen has left us too - not a bad thing because if she hangs around too long she tends to get mucky.
    Sx

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  23. I’m glad I don’t live in the cold and snow, but it des make for beautiful pictures.

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  24. Do you cater, mistress? You also have a very good eye for you photography.

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    1. Well, at this point I've only catered my meats. And thank you for that kind compliment.

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  25. I don't know how you do it...sleep with the window open, even a crack, during such frigid temps. The part I wonder about it rolling out of bed - brrrrrrr.

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    1. Oh dear....I do need that small amount of fresh air to sleep. And since Im like a human heater, I don't mind the room being cooler.

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