September 26

September 26, 2011 at 10:00 pm | Posted in Family, Transylvania | 6 Comments
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September 26: Airing out the laundry.
The weather is definitely getting cooler (hello, fall!), but we’re still able to hang laundry outside and be assured it will dry pretty quickly … as the house across the street is doing here. But when winter comes? We may have to microwave our socks or something. Since it will be our first “real” winter, with snow and everything, I’m starting to get a little trepidatious!

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  1. The one thing that makes the biggest difference between having a great winter and a yucky one is proper outerwear; invest in good boots and a warm jacket.
    I love winter, but I don’t know what it’s like in Transylvania, we live in Canada. By March we’re ready for spring though.

  2. What do they say that the winters are like there? And more important: What kind of winters are you used to?

    • They say winters here are pretty solid snow from November to March. Where we’re from, we get freezing temperatures but maybe, if we’re lucky, one teeny snowfall a year, just a dusting. This year is going to be interesting … and fun, I hope! Any tips??

      • I am in Michigan and our winters are snow, snow, snowy from November through March as well with nice moist cold air from being surrounded by the Great Lakes that seeps into your bones. Brrrr! One tip for you: Layers!!!
        We did move to lower Michigan near the border of Indiana and the winters seem milder here – we don’t have half the lake effect snow we had north (only about 4 feet versus piles and piles of the white stuff). Be very defensive driving during the first snow because everyone will have forgotten how to drive in it!

  3. This is really a nice shot. I just love the feel of it. And the clothes line. Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

  4. I find the house construction interesting, however I guess very much is interesting and different in Romania.
    No tips for winter, we never have snow here, just a few frosts.


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