Saturday, January 9, 2010

Did You Say 27 Degrees?

When Tampa and West Central Florida experience this long a cold spell, with record setting temperatures - near and below freezing lows and highs that are 20-30 degrees lower than normal for this time of year - our outside pets, plants and valuable citrus crop begin to suffer. It's cold for us and tomorrow should be the coldest yet. But, we'll be OK and know that all of you who experience months of freezing weather will soon find these seagulls just waiting to show you our warm sunny beaches.It should be warm again soon.


  1. Yep it's cold! The pipes are frozen at my daughter's house this morning and so they have no water.

  2. Pretty cold still... only a high of 31 here in Roanoke, VA today. Looks like things will warm up by late next week. Hope your birds and iguanas down that way survive! Great photo by the way.

    The Blue Ridge Gal

  3. How does a seagull keep warm in this cold, cold weather?

    It's supposed to be 19 in Ocala tonight. That is plainly illegal!