Friday, March 16, 2012


Hoodoos usually have a cap of harder rock on top, but these don't, so maybe they are "Tent Rocks" We are showing you photos from our West Hill Drive "explore", in dull snowy weather. These last few days we are experiencing a series of low pressure systems coming in from the west, whereas in the East of Canada some places are getting 21 degrees and sun; others are cold and wet and stormy. They are playing golf in shorts in Manitoba! Have you ordered your new iPad yet? They are skyping with iPad in Syria organizing resistance to Assad!
Four photos from our drive up Green Mountain Road

We are not quite sure if these are Hoodoos or Tent Rocks
Snow on the Mountain Tops

A lady was trying to shoo these wild horses away with a plastic sheet. They ignored her!

1 comment:

L. D. Burgus said...

I suppose wild horses would be a bother but I sort of like the idea. Great examples of where you live.