Turning the Page

Turning the Page

FTLComm - Tisdale - Thursday, October 30, 2003

We Canadians, living in this latitude take for granted the dramatic change that occurs as we move from summer to autumn, from autumn to winter, winter to spring and spring to summer. Each change sees the landscape completely altered in colour and even surface texture.

Today the snow flurries wandered over Tisdale driven by a cold North wind and forecasts are for more of the same for days to come. In two weeks these same places will be white and the green peeking through

the stubble will be only a memory for six long months.

These pictures were taken North of Tisdale this morning around 10:30. Our resident flock of geese are getting a bit anxious as those from the North have come and headed on South but our guys will wait until the water is frozen and then leave this their summer home for another year.

The picture below is the scene at Barrier valley as the landscape there is already taking on the hue of winter.

Timothy W. Shire


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