First big snow storm in 5 years...
5 inches this morning...
14 inches this evening...
and it is still snowing...!
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Just in time for Epiphany/Little Christmas!ReplyDelete
Wow, that's a lot of snow for a 24 hour period of time. Yikes.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful snow filled Wordless Wednesday. Big hug to you and Russell and lots of scritches to Miss Lucy. ♥♥♥
That's a lot of snow. We only got a light dusting here in Portland, so far.ReplyDelete
Thanks most sincerely for hosting me today, Dearie, and thank you for such snowy, gorgeous pictures !ReplyDelete
Hope your New Year is off to a good start,
I'm sending blessings of joy on the remainder of your week
That is one big snow, for sure. We are supposed to get snow this week end and hope we don't get that much. Scritches to Miss Lucy too. Have a great week end.ReplyDelete
Stay in where it is warm and toasty!!ReplyDelete
Yikes! That is a lot of snow.ReplyDelete
We didn't get near that much snow but we're getting some snow and lots of super cold temps! Bring back the warmer temps and rainy PNW days any day!ReplyDelete
Kathe, Holy Moly, where do you live? That's a lot of snow! I like seeing the white fluff come down and stick to the trees and grass but not the roads. In the Tennessee Valley, the city crew isn't equipped to handle wintry mix too well. They do an ok job for light messes but if we get a few inches or God forbid ice then the world falls apart. You have some serious snow accumulation which is great for building snowmen or staying indoors with a cup of hot chocolate. I think I'll opt for the hot chocolate with lots of marshmallows. :) Thanks for stopping by!ReplyDelete
Yeah but all of a sudden it turned to Sierra Cement.ReplyDelete