How did you manage to not slide off that perch. Wait, I have a sudden vivd image of exactly how you could stay up there and I retract the question.I'm glad to see you back, I was afraid you had gotten lost in the storm.
We've been 'treated' to all manner of winter weather: frigid wind chill, blowing snow, fluffy snow, wet snow, ice pellets, freezing rain and rain. The freeze and thaw cycles make woodland treks difficult. One might say, for the time being, a bare backside hike is 'not bootylicious.'You've set off my imagination, contemplating your 'stick to the stone' image. The trees provide support for my feet, but I'd wager that's not what you pictured.Thanks for your kind words, mrpeenee.
What a great winter capture! Your quite the woodmen I say. I have been in that position before too.
I forgot to mention, I adore a guy in a fur trapper hat.
Thank you, Maddie.The trees fronting my rock chair allow for a variety of spreads, depending how much backside one desires warmed (and how shy the spreader is or isn't).As for the hat, it keeps me warmer than a tuque when there's a bitter wind chill.