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And restaurants with log fires to lure you in from the cold. But we headed down the road.

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  1. This composition couldn't be better, J.E.!

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  2. Looks like enough firewood to keep you warm all week--nice picture!

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  3. Grand little bower this is ... is that a wisteria do you think?

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  4. Hey there is some green around... cant be too cold (wink)! Nice shot...

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  5. Everyone, I'm interested that you responded to this shot. It wasn't a particular favourite of mine, more of a location shot to drive hte story along. I'm like to learn from your reactions.

    Julie, either wisteria or grape I guess.

    Sean, cold here is definitely not like cold over your way. No snow, just a bit colder air.

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  6. JE - I'm going to respond to this one too.
    I dunno what it is, but it's very appealing.

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