Yup, it’s official, it’s cold outside. No matter where you live, it’s colder than it should be. And yes, even for our friends in Florida. Yikes. Lizards dropping from trees. WTH? I do think that may be one of the signs of the Apocalypse, so we may want t o keep an eye on that one? Or others. One a good note, can those Murder Hornets survive in this?

You need a cold one to keep you warm today

Anyway I digress. And today as I am trapped indoors with the power going off and kicking on about every ten minutes. We do have a generator but it takes a little time to get all the internet back live. BTW, I am okay with that, its far better than what it all could be. AAAAAAND there it goes again. Hold on………. Okay I am back that was about 3 minutes. I am just going to load as manny warm shots as I can, and hit publish. Please share your warm images so we can all sit around the computer and warm our souls.

Fire sky would be nice about now

Bring out your wieners

The warmth of Algonac. Now an ice block

Bask in the warmth of a kind and generous universe.

Mr Enjoying some cooling down

I knew this image would come in handy about now

Summer on the Bay

The warmth of frienship

OKay I give up. I have been updateing this post between power failers for over an hr. Post some in the comment section, we need some universal warmth.

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21 Responses to “Some Warm Memories To Warm You Up.”
  1. Chris B

    Brr, never had so much wind, but we have power and a cosy fire. Stay warm woody universe. 7f this morning still windy.

  2. Greg Lewandowski

    We’re getting close to Jim Staib Territory. A little more snow today.

  3. Art

    Well it’s 27 here in Central FL and going to a high of 43 today. The problem is is that infrastructures are Not conducive to temperatures like this……..and my body doesn’t like it either.
    Stay warm and Merry Christmas to all.

  4. Jon

    For once I miss burnin’ my bum sittin’ down on that sun-heated green vinyl!

  5. Mark in Ohio ( today in Florida)

    34 in Reddington beach this morning. I came to Florida for the warmth ! At least its sunny. Stay warm everyone.

    • Dennis Mykols

      Yea, but next week’s forcast is for the 70’s all week!!! We be boatin’ even if it’s a pontoon rental, it’s better than shovelin snow…

  6. Walt

    Thankfully we still have power. Cable went out Friday at 2PM and the cable company will get to us some time Monday. Funny, the TV portion of the cable went out but I still have internet access through cable. Explain that. I don’t understand technology. Stay warm and merry Christmas to all.

  7. BT

    It’s hot in Crosslake, Minnesota – at least in the sauna (with my grandsons) 190 degrees. Next a roll in the snow where it is 8 below outside!

  8. Johnny Eastern

    Lake Allatoona Ga
    The Chris Crafts are COLD
    +8 degrees this Christmas Eve Morning 2022
    Merry Christmas to all in Woody Boater World

  9. Jeff Funk

    29 degrees in Mt. Dora this morning. Will leave the Coronado in the boat house today.

  10. Steven A Lapkin

    MS: …………… to YOU: your warmth, and never-ending-engagement with all of us, no matter the date/time/place/weather…….no matter what-might-be-churning underneath your signature-ball-cap. Here, at Algonac last June, on a rather sultry Saturday, you sat still enough for another one of my clicks. Did I catch you at a good moment? – hopefully so! BEST WISHES and good health to you and The Boatress, Mr. B, and all at HQ! May Santa be good to you tonight, and always! Looking forward, thanks! SL

  11. Rick

    Woke up to 9 but now up to a balmy 11. Started a soup on the stove for lunch and a fire to read WoodyBoater by. Stay warm y’all.