Friday, February 05, 2010

Let's Meet For Coffee in the Park

Let's Meet For Coffee in the Park

I have a feeling that it will be a while before we can enjoy a cup of coffee here at the park in Tungelsta. But when the time comes, just walk over to the cafe and order a cup OK? But, believe it or not, I did see a few tables outside the cafe in Västerhaninge that opened last winter.

22 comments:

Jacob said...

I've gotten the impression that you feel really snowed under lately, Steffe!

Is that possible?

Glennis said...

First dig out your table!
looks good with the blanket of snow.

Luis Gomez said...

Don't think it is going to happen anytime soon.

MrsLittleJeans said...

I would take a thermos out there...: )

Chuck Pefley said...

Ok, let's. But, do you mind if we wait till summer?

Olivier said...

il faut y aller avec une combinaison de plongeur ;)

Firefly said...

If we are meeting for coffee there, remember to bring a shovel.

Steffe said...

I think so Jacob.

You can't go anywhere without a shovel these days!

I think I will have cleared the table just in time for summer to arrive Chuck.

Saretta said...

Now, that's a lot of snow! No outdoor cafès in the winter for me, thank you very much! :-)

Leif Hagen said...

I'll bring the coffee if you bring 7 varieties of Swedish cookies! Gevalia - nar du far ovantat besok!
God helg!

brattcat said...

Oh, it really is piling up, isn't it?

Halcyon said...

The great disappearing picnic tables!

Lois said...

I'll wait until spring!

Gunn White said...

No, this is not a place for me.... not at this time of the year.
Have a nice weekend!:-)

James said...

I'm finally going to get some snow but I think it wont be this much. Great shot it really shows how much it snows there.

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Hmm -- those tablecloths look a little thick!
Three Rivers Daily Photo

VP said...

Are those benches or tables? Or both?

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Well we got 10 inches of snow from yesterday afternoon to this morning at 5:00 AM. But it is still coming down and supposed to continue until around 6:00 PM today. But our problem doesn't look the same as your problem. It has now turned out to be windy and the snow we got is blowing around some and it is making life difficult for everything living thing. So we have to clean out places for the animals to eat.

Our benches have snow piled on them like your photo shows your benches. You have more snow. It is deeper and I think I will be lucky when it is dawn to be able to get a picture of our snow on the benches as the wind will blow it away.

It is a fine photo. I hope you can hire some kids to shovel your place out so you don't have to shovel it out by yourself.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

You have more snow right now than we do, Steffe. After we shovel away some of the snowm I like a hot chocolate for me, please. ;-)

Frederick said...

Great picture and caption...I like this blog....will follow it.

Steffe said...

Its both Mr. Poet.

I can tell you that the veranda roof at home was nearly collapsing a few days ago, but we had that cleared from all the snow just in time.

gabtudor said...

I will not complain about winter any more, although I must say that in Canada it is pretty much the same ;)