A Wintry Walk Down Pouley Road

Come for a walk with me, won’t you? It’s frosty outside and we’ll hear the comforting crunch
of snow under our feet as we stroll down historic Pouley Road.
Thanks for strolling down historic Pouley Road with me.
Let’s head inside and warm our tootsies by the fire, shall we?

 

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  1. What a beautiful walk! I especially like the wagon wheel picture. Thanks for sharing!

  2. It looks a picture! Thanks for sharing, beautiful shots! xo Kirsty

  3. What beautiful scenery! I really enjoyed each one of these photos. Frosty or not, I’d take a walk down that road any day! Thanks for sharing them. Have a great week! Pamela

  4. Aw! I love the fence and the red tree πŸ™‚ those are bootiful πŸ™‚

  5. You live in a very beautiful place. Those pictures are gorgeous every one of them.

  6. Your images are absolutely amazing! are any of these homes yours?

  7. Such beautiful pictures…I LOVE the brick house! I also wanted to to let you know that I’m having my first giveaway, I’d love you to stop by & enter for a chance to win a My Memories digital scrapbooking software. Thanks!
    Sally
    loveofhomes.blogspot.com

  8. Ummmm,
    how do I not know about this road?? So beautiful, I’m going to check this out soon. Thanks so much for sharing. Stop by my blog soon!
    Michelle

  9. Hi Jennifer!

    What a beautiful road to walk down on a winter’s day. You are a very talented photographer.

    xoxo Bunny Jean

  10. Oh, I am afraid to look around if these are a sample of your photos. They are wonderful.

  11. This has been a wonderful trip down the road. Such beautiful buildings and scenery! Amazing photography!

  12. Beautiful photos, and a lovely journey that didn’t freeze me! Although your photos “take me there”, I didn’t have to venture out and get cold. I remember living in snow country – somehow, I might have been able to endure it better if I had been more interested in photography at the time! Might have been able to view it with different eyes! Have a great day!

  13. beautiful photos! just loved the tour!

  14. wow, you need to join in on “friday fences” several of these photos would be just perfect. love the photos. i love snow & the photos that look so quiet. check my blog for the link for “friday fences”. (: elizardbreathspeaks.blogspot.com/

  15. Thank you for the walk. I really enjoyed it. It was just breath taking and BEAUTIFUL!!!!
    Have a blessed day.
    Tricia

  16. Beautiful winter scenes, Jennifer! What a charming area you live in!!

  17. So beautifully captured…I love the snow covered fences!

  18. I love your blog…sigh! I could so easily live on this country road. Wonderful pics. Diane

  19. How pretty! Lovely stuff to look at! Lucky you!

  20. What a beautiful stroll! I especially love the brick farmhouse. So beautiful!!

  21. What a peaceful walk and beautiful scenery except for the encroaching “suburb”. Where do you live? I miss the snow down here and need to get back North.
    OMG…I just saw your post about Geneva…I used to live in St. Charles and my in-laws had a shop in Geneva…had my prom at Baker Hotel, (went to school with the granddaughter), prom at Dunham Woods…I cant’ believe it!!! Small world! That was back in the day…I’m a lot older than you! We MUST chat! LOL!

  22. Welcome to Barn Charm! =)

    What a nice virtual walk & the snow really adds to the beauty! I loved the views along the way, esp the wood gate in the 5th shot. Is that looking out over a frozen lake w/ the houses dotted along the far shore in the 13th photo? Beautiful neighborhood! Is that a barn in the 1st image? I like how you framed the last shot!

    Thanks so much for joining this week’s Barn Charm =)

  23. Magical walk your photos are divine. So nice to meet you just found your beautiful blog and so happy I did. I have enjoyed looking around and I’m now following you, wonderful to meet new friends. Hope you find a spare minute to visit me sometime follow back if you like. I’m looking forward to keeping in touch in 2012

    Always Wendy

  24. Oh how lucky you are to have this. I love looking at the pictures. Thanks for sharing.

    Shari

  25. Those pics look like beautiful postcards! I wish we had snow like that instead of rain in our forcast. That snow covered road with the long stretch of fence is just magical looking.

  26. Wow, Jennifer! All of your photos look like they could be Christmas cards! What a gorgeous area you live in, girlie! Where is it? I think I want to live there. lol! Thanks so much for thinking of us on your walk! πŸ™‚

    xoxo laurie

  27. What a Beautiful Stroll in the Snow…. Your photos are Wonderful~
    Cheryl

  28. Beautiful pictures. Makes me miss the snow – almost πŸ™‚

  29. That was a lovely walk…beautiful pictures jennifer!!

  30. Gorgeous pictures! They look just like postcards!

  31. i love a good barn. what a beauty this one is on your tour. you’re living a dream of mine. thanks for sharing!
    kathi

  32. Beautiful images. Chilled me to the bone just viewing them. Thanks for sharing these lovely photos. What a lovely road…

  33. Beautiful countryside….we don’t have any snow at all here and I live in The Great White North.
    Happy White Wednesday!

  34. Incredible images! Thanks so much for sharing. I would actually love to visit wherever that is, just to see the beauty for myself. It looks so different from here.

    Glad you like my wing chairs! Do come again.

    ETS

  35. Amazingly beautiful pictures! Thanx for bringing us along!

  36. What a beautiful winter wonderland!

  37. Sure is pretty, our snow has melted, has been unusually warm here, nice to see clean snow!

  38. Gorgeous Photos! I’m in awe of all the snow. Normally we have feet upon feet of the stuff but this year only a few dustings. I’m missing it.

  39. Jennifer you’ve been featured http://cedarhillranch.blogspot.com/2012/01/blog-of-week-town-and-country-living.html
    Your blog is on my sidebar too. Stay warm.

  40. Love the snow scenes..none here in downstate IL.
    Came over after seeing Anita’s post!

  41. How absolutely beautiful! It reminds me of rural Michigan where I grew up. I am visiting from Cedar Hill Ranch blog.
    Penny

  42. I’m visiting from Katherine’s Corner’s Blog Hop. I enjoyed these photos. I was kind of an imaginary snow walk since I’m down for day six of the flu. I enjoyed the pictures a lot. Have a great day!

  43. So lovely!!

    Greetings from Australiaβ™₯

  44. How refreshing…AND beautiful, Jennifer! The ONLY time I really like winter is when there is snow on the ground. Then I can justify the cold. πŸ˜‰

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday this week. I love having you join the fun.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

  45. GORGEOUS!!!!!! hugs

  46. Saw that you were featured on Anita’s blog, so here I am visiting. Your photos of the snow are beautiful. Today it was 75 degrees in South Carolina, which is unusual for January. Your photos reminded me that it was still winter.

  47. Popping in from Cedar Hill Ranch. No snow here in TX, and I’m glad of it. Don’t think I could live where it snows all the time. πŸ˜‰ Is pretty though.
    Nice to meet you. Thanks for sharing the winter beauty. ~ Sarah

  48. Such beautiful pictures, Jennifer! Thanks for taking us along!

  49. What beautiful pictures, looks like a fairytale!

  50. Beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing.

  51. Oh I love these photos; they’re really well done. There’s no snow for me here in NorCali, so it’s fun to see such wintry shots! Enjoy the week.

  52. What beautiful captures of weather, scenic loveliness, contrasts and tones.

  53. A beautiful area.

    Noteworthy Musings

  54. WOW this is stunning! Thanks for sharing with us!
    XO
    Kristin

  55. These are the most gorgeous snow shots. I felt like I was there. Thanks for sharing at Wow.

  56. Gorgeous views and gorgeous photos. Thanks so much for sharing them.
    Babs

  57. What beautiful photos…I enjoyed my walk.

    Sondra @ Rosemarythyme.blogspot.com

  58. Beautiful pictures…
    We have had a pretty ugly winter here in lower Michigan and I am missing seeing snow on the ground! Thanks for sharing the great photos…I have such snow envy!
    ~cathy

  59. New reader here, from Wow! You’ve got a series of Christmas or note cards here! Looks like a wonderful ‘hood! I’ve never lived year round in snow, but there’s lots of beauty in it!
    Continued success!
    Barbara,
    The Treasured Home

  60. These pictures are stunning and the houses and barns are just beautiful against the snowy backdrop. I hope you don’t mind…I shared this on my very new FB page for Lakeshore Cottage Living. You have a great eye!

  61. I envy the snow you have. I wanted some but it didn’t happen much for us here.
    Love all of your pictures and want to live in every place posted.
    Glad I found your blog.
    Betsy

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