We're doing very well here on Canada's far East in terms of winter. In the capital city, just one major snowfall so far. Thus far, it seems we are immune to the havoc that winter is causing elsewhere in North America. Hmm, but then again, it is only Jan. 20, and there's a long way to go. There are obvious benefits to our mild winter, from safer driving conditions, to more outside walking, or golfing, opportunities, to the city's reduction in sodium, i.e., less salt use on roads, which means more savings for this old and largest outport. So before going outside for a Jan. walk around the lake, will post a few winter shots taken recently. As they say in Spanish Room on the Burin Peninsula, adios for now.