Tea in the garden?

No tea in the garden today, I’m afraid.

Not a shirtsleeves weather, but small regrets, Alan - nice landscape anyway.

I agree with Eugene. It’s all a question of getting dressed up properly.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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I wouldn’t survive more than three days up there. Oh dear.

kind regards.

That looks lovely, and I’d love a cup of tea! No milk, one and a half sugars, please. Just let me wipe the snow off one of these chairs. There – after all, I don’t miss the snow that much that I’m ready to sit down on it while enjoying my cup of tea! :slight_smile:

Are you serious?

Ok after having your cup of tea, call me to help you to stand up.

:smiley: So you think I risk turning into an icicle? Okay then, I’m counting on you to help me up!

Hah… Don’t worry, for your knight always on the back of his white horse.

But practically this poetic scene is worth the risk.

It is beautiful and peaceful. If it is called I am not be able to have tea in the garden. lol For some reason my body cannot resist cold temperature.



Very nice…and beatifully peaceful…I like winter!
(by the way I like all the weathers…)

“O, wind,
If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?”
(~Percy Bysshe Shelley)
…and soon your lilac roses will burst into bloom.