Winter twilight on the lake


Winter is certainly here. We took a short walk along the shore at Big Arm last evening on the way home from my folks’. The world was quiet
except for a few cars on the road above the State Park. The lights across the bay and the blue shimmer of the water made it almost magical.
Okay, it was magical.
Too bad we didn’t have the kayak. Haha, just kidding.
How many different words do you think the Inuit have for the expression: Brrr….

9 thoughts on “Winter twilight on the lake

  1. The reflections on the water are so beautiful!!
    If you did have the kayak, how long could you stay out, given the thin hull and the temperature of the water!! And the Inuit have that water temperature most of the year why did I have to go and think that….

  2. When I was a kid we would wait a long time for a car to go by on 93. We would sit and wait for a car almost like waiting for a train to go by. What a different world it was back then. I think winter is as close as it ever gets to that now.

  3. Did we see this on Facebook? It is really one of the most beautiful blue-ambiance pictures I’ve seen recently. Hope you had a Merry Christmas and that 2013 is good to you and your family, Christine.

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