Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
Brrrr....it looks so cold. Hope you both are staying warm. Have a blessed day.
Hi Bill.Snow is beautiful to see, but also dangerous for sliding out.Groettie from Patricia.
And all that stuff is now coming over to us.
The hazards of winter are upon you.
Winter has really started now, here too!
...you need snow grippers on the roof.
Tread with caution, Bill.
We have to be so careful!!
You do have to be careful this time of year. When I worked in Chicago is a sky-scraper that has a diamond shaped slanted roof. During the snowy season they used to have to close the sidewalk below that roof because of sliding snow and ice.
We are having the first snow of the season here today, so we have to be careful too :)
Lots of that stuff over here today too.
Love your photos, I miss the snow so much.
Oh wow, Bill that looks really cold
Not what I expect to see there, Bill! We have had no snow here yet but it is supposed to come in tomorrow night.
Something we're quite familiar with here, Bill. We got snow in the night again. This might be the one that sticks around.
Finalmente o frio e a neve.Um bom Domingo.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Brrrr! One of my least favourite parts of winter is walking on icy surfaces...I shuffle like penguin. It seems to help.
Yeah, that would be quite a surprise to walk under a load of falling snow! I don't even think I could walk through it anymore -- out of practice.
Both the photographs induce chilling!
I've been to Ireland several times but I suppose not it winter. Still, this is surprising. Is the Gulf Stream weakening?
I whine about our cold weather but at least so far we haven't had to deal with this icy misery. Stay safe and warm!
Wet snow---the worst. Maybe no snow for us---yay!MB
Ja, also snow! Nice to see.