“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

Winter 2015 GOOD 6

It doesn’t often snow where I live.  The years have given us only a hand full of white Christmases and once or twice that was mostly ice.  One of the reasons I enjoy SL so much is I can have any season I want – any time I want.  I’m usually in keeping with at least what month it is, but occasionally you will see me sitting in the middle of a snow storm in August.

I’ve enjoyed winterizing our parcel and changing things around  Just got the Seasonal Boxwood set from Botanical and I couldn’t wait to put it out.  Once you get everything set how you want it, just link it together – rez the seasonal HUD – link that to the boxwoods and you’re set.

Winter 2014 GOOD 1

The main thing is having fun and making your home here how you want it. 

Botanical:

Seasonal Boxwood Arch (Round Top) 4x4x1 1 prim
Seasonal Boxwood Hedge (Straight) 4x1x1 1 prim
Winter Sugar Maple [a] trans 8 prims
Winter Sugar Maple [a] Shadow/Groundcover trans 1 prim
T2C Aspen Underbrush 1 prim
T2C Aspen Sapling 1 prim

Kidd Grass Landscaping SNOWY Wooden Walkway mod 1 prim

e-brink:

Tree Stump 01 1 prim
Tree Stump 02 1 prim
 Snowy Bird Table with Robin 9 prims

+Half-Deer+ Northern Cardinal M – Static 1 prim

PILOT  Victorian Snow Plow [Black] 4 prims

Green and Wild Garden Centre Snowy Red Berried Shrub 1 prim grouping mod

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One thought on ““What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America

  1. Oh doll another great landscaping post, your grounds look so pretty with a fresh dusting of snow. Love the close up pic of the cardinal birds. And lookie here you updated your blog, have more followers and have been blogging for 6 months now, Congrats!!!

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