Yukon Winter Drive

12:30 PM
Last Sunday Tim and I made another Yukon winter drive to Whitehorse. As we were driving the winding road around Kluane Lake at Sheep Mountain there was a trace of low lying fog that was so beautiful I just had to share it!
12:30 PM
You can see that this is definitely a Yukon winter drive with all of the snow on Sheep Mountain and the frozen Kluane Lake. It would probably even hold the car, but we aren’t going to test it, so we do drive slower
around the many curves.
Christmas Creek
You can see from this photo how the weather changes in the mountains here. Coming down off of the Summit it was dreary and cloudy passing over Christmas Creek.
As you can see, one picture lead to another…
I hope you enjoyed my Yukon winter Drive as much as I did!
Next time I’ll share my photos from our drive home.
It’s the same roads, just a different view.
Until then….

Cross Stitching Projects

Hi Friends
I just wanted to drop by to show you my cross stitching projects and to let you all know that I haven’t intentionally abandoned blogging!
I have been so busy with work…
But in the evenings I am devoting my spare time to those cross stitching projects that I’ve been wanting to work on for so long.
I have finished two cross stitch projects recently.
So I will share that…
You may notice that the burlap looks discoloured on the deer project. It isn’t. I’m not sure what happened when I took the photo, maybe shadows.
This last handy work is one I just bought at Salvation Army in Whitehorse for a dollar.
I just couldn’t pass it by.
I remember this saying from so long ago.
I believe I  will be taking a good, long blogging break soon. I may pop in every now and then, but I expect it will be Spring before I am back in full blogging force.
Until then, blessing to you all!