Sunday, December 12, 2010

a winter paradise in Saskatchewan

A few weeks ago, my husband and I took a retreat away from the city to a cabin in the woods, by a lake--sounds like a strange thing to desire in the midst of winter, but is was truly amazing. I would take up the challenge again.

Heating the cabin with a wood stove was interesting, we are not used to it and were concerned that if we let the fire go out the cabin would be to cold. It was so hot I could not sleep, and my husband did not sleep due to stoking the fire all night. Next time we will let the cabin become cold! Maybe we will try hot water bottles at the end of our bed.

My husband had a hard time with no noise, for him it was way to quiet. I enjoyed the peace and stillness.

The music in this video is choppy, the pictures, however are amazing. The music is by John Friesen.

Love to all,

P.S I was tried of the brown blog...I was into having a new we go! Bright and joyful!


Warren Baldwin said...

Hello. Haven't visited here in a while. Glad to see you are still writing. Hope the break was good. And sorry about the injury to your foot.

How is your study coming? Did you finish the program or degree?

Saleslady371 said...

I love the quietness of the mountains. We heat our home with a wood burning stove. I know how hot it gets!

Terri Tiffany said...

Hi Robin,
It's so nice to meet you and glad to see you blogging. Your time away sounds like it was wonderful!

Alleluiabelle said...

Merry Christmas dear friend. I so enjoyed your was beautiful.

I've missed you and thank the Lord for you. You have been such a treasured blessing to me this past year. I thank you and Him for that.

Peace and much love to you and your family this beautiful Christmas and I look forward to visiting with you here in 2011.

Love you,

Robin said...

Thank you friends for stopping by and leaving a comment. Merry Christmas to each of you!