No. It's a croissant.
Hard as a rock.
Carbon. It may be a new life form.
Friends have suggested that it is not going to decompose. It is here with us forever, along with eleven other ones.
I do like the pattern they left on the baking sheet, however.
And next time, I will find the stove instructions about how to programme the oven to come on and off automatically, and not cook all night.
I went to see what happened to the ice polyps.
there are more.
they are bigger.
It was a great day, but I am in the hold of the medicinal vodka this adventure entailed. Thiniking tomorrow will wait for the polyps update--they are still there. g'night to all, and sweet dreams.
this boat is not made for breaking ice. but the pirate in me is thinking hard.
just when you feel really tired clambering over the ice--it is not at all level or fair--someone pulled up this table, right beside the lake, so you could have a peaceful moment.
did they know I was coming? swamproses look different, but I appreciated the effort.
This is a cardinal, a year round resident here. The redbird of happiness.
So what if it's snowing and it's -15 C.?