Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Brrr

I work at Halls Gap in the beautiful Grampians National Park on a Wednesday.  This is what greeted me when I got to work this morning -

Yes that's snow across the top of the peaks.  We've had a bit of a cold snap the last couple of days, and while occasionally it snows on Mt William, the highest peak, it is unusual for snow down this low.  I have only seen snow there once before.  I sat inches from the heater with my coat on all day.


On the upside the creek was flowing fast - has barely had a trickle in it in the last two years.

I have been sewing, but either secret sewing or little bit on this and a little bit on that, so hope to have some progress to show you next time. Cheryl





9 comments:

shez said...

Hi my lovely friend,it sure has been cold I have sat by the heater most of the day stitching ,we had snow this morning .
Keep warm and see you soon xx

Maria said...

Keep warm....

Annette said...

Brrrr! from the Dandenong Ranges.....no snow but certainly cold. Perfect stitching weather under a quilt!

Michelle Ridgway said...

Yes I remember the creek not running to fast when we were there...my goodness! Hope you have thawed out some. It is a beautiful part of the world xx

Fiona said...

so cold but so pretty...
Hugz

Anthea said...

Wow Cheryl, that snow makes me cold just looking at the picture there! There sure has been so many parts of Oz getting some super-chill weather lately!

Karen S said...

What a stunning sight. Even worth the cold to see that!

kiwikid said...

Oh boy that would have been cold for you Cheryl, pretty to see snow, but cold.

Jo said...

Lovely views.
I think it has been cold everywhere. It snowed here last week too.