mum says if the summer gets too hot,

 we may just take a wander down to Antarctica to cool off.



I'm ready! 

Almost. 

I just need one of those ear-flappy hats and a long scarf to wrap around my nose and mouth. Probably I should put my boots on too. And I'll need some mittens...


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  1. I'm sure your mum will get you everything you need. Make sure she takes pictures:)

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    1. Arkansas Patti; I'll make sure she has everything. we aren't really going of course, but Meg will need warm things to wear in winter.

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  2. She looks dressed almost as I am sitting here typing. I can't imagine too hot! But have a nice trip. :)

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    1. Charlotte; we aren't really going to the Antarctic, I couldn't possibly afford it.

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    1. Joanne; yes she does and I'm happy to see it. Right now she is all bundled up like a burrito, sleeping.

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  4. Love the fleecy snow suit you made her. Supposed to be summer here in Victoria yet at times I could do with one of those myself 😊

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    1. Cathy; hot days are coming, don't you worry about that. The "suit" is just bits of an old sheepskin that I trimmed off and balanced on Meg. But I will try and make a suit for her.

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  5. You might get more cold than you bargain for down there!

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    1. messymimi; I doubt it, Australia is a pretty hot country. Even in winter we have many sunny days with cloudless blue skies.

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  6. about four to six inches of snow in our yard.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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    1. Dora; I have never seen snow in my entire life.

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  7. I was sure I commented before I went out this morning - but it has disappeared. It is summer in Antarctica now and not 'that' cold.
    I would happily join you and Meg there in a heart beat.

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    1. Elephant's Child; "not 'that' cold" ha ha. Still too cold for me. I joke about going or moving to snowbound caves in Alaska, but in reality, I couldn't do it. Our milder winters are cold enough for me. I do hope that you can go again one day though.

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  8. I see Meg has her walking stick, all ready to start wandering!

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    1. Val; yes, she rummaged around in my kitchen drawer and came up with a skewer..

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  9. Send the heat over here, pretty please!!! 2C.

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  10. Happy New Year to you and Meg. She looks very cozy and warm in that picture. Love her adventures.

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