Saturday, February 6, 2010

Blue is Back


Wow sunshine coming in the window this morning woke me up - what is that big bright light in the sky?

Despite the sunshine, swimming is discouraged when the water is hard and cars are driving around on it.

Off to the right you can see some ice-fishermen. To see a summertime view from about the same spot, click here: Bluetiful Noon

14 comments:

Christine said...

So glad you have some sun, even if it's just for a short time. Beautiful blue shot there.

Jacob said...

What a difference six months makes! I saw this on the portal and expected to see the sign said, "Don't feed the alligators."

"No swimming between signs" is better!

Glad you got some sun and hope it brings some warmth.

Bill said...

That's a very funny picture. I guess in summer it should read 'Do not walk on the ice'.

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

We had sun for about 10 minutes this afternoon. I barely knew what it was!

Sue

Stine in Ontario said...

I think this sign is one I can obey with a smile. :)

Louis la Vache said...

ha ha ha
Like someone is actually going to try to swim there now!

(Of course, they have to leave the signs up year 'round, but it looks out of place now!)

;-)

cast in the name of god, ye not guilty said...

Hah! This cracked me up :)

Stay warm!!

Bloggin in PA said...

it almost warm enough to swim...almost!

Kaori said...

Hard to resist but I'm guessing they all grudgingly obey the sign :) After seeing you summer shot, I can't wait for summer!

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

I guess it is safe but it only takes one crack to make driving to the bottom a nightmare. So I don't think I would be there. And the sign is funny.

cieldequimper said...

Thou shallt have to return and show this when swimming is possible...

VP said...

This sign could use a seasonal job somewhere else...

Joan Elizabeth said...

I've never seen a frozen lake! The blue sky must be lovely and spring is just around the corner.

Lois said...

Not to mention how cold the water is! I looked at the other picture and it's quite a contrast.