Saturday, April 02, 2016

OVERNIGHT SNOWFALL

Had been hoping for some sunny blue skies to go along with these early morning photos but clouds prevailed…………….

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LIGHT PATCHES ON THE MOTORHOME ARE OUR KITCHEN LIGHTS REFLECTING IN OUR LIVING ROOM WINDOW (TOOK THE PHOTO FROM INSIDE)

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OUR STREET & OUR HOUSE IS TO THE IMMEDIATE RIGHT

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BEHIND OUR NEIGHBORS HOUSE ACROSS THE ROAD

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OUR PARK’S POND

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NEIGHBOR MONICA’S SNOWY MAGNOLLIA TREE

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PHEEBS LOVED RUNNING AROUND IN THE SNOW

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GROANER’S CORNER:(( One afternoon, a man was riding in the back of his limousine when he saw two men eating grass by the road side.   He ordered his driver to stop and he got out to investigate.   "Why are you eating grass?"   he asked one man. "We don't have any money for food.",   The poor man replied. "Oh,   come along with me then." "But sir,   I have a wife with two children!" "Bring them along!   And you,   come with us too!",   he said to the other man. "But sir,   I have a wife with six children!"   the second man answered. "Bring them as well!" They all climbed into the car,   which was no easy task,   even for a car as large as the limo.   Once underway,   one of the poor fellows says   "Sir,   you are too kind.   Thank you for taking all of us with you." The rich man replied   "No,   I appreciate you!   The grass at my home is about three feet tall!"

16 comments:

  1. Oh, my goodness! What a gorgeous winter wonderland, and in April! Your photography is just breathtaking - I can just feel the crisp cold in the air! I wanted to pick a favorite but just couldn't settle on one.

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous but glad I'm not there in person.

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  3. You were wanting something to take a picture of...you took many great ones!
    83 and light rain here today.

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  4. Looks pretty, even if winter is refusing to leave.

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  5. Thanks for braving the elements to take those gorgeous pictures! We were in shorts today. Wish we had had just a little winter!

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  6. Oh how pretty it looks and I bet most of it is gone already, the nice part of not much.

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  7. We had this same look last Tuesday in Bluff, Utah! Thank goodness it melts away quickly this time of year.

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  8. Pretty photos, but you can have it. Personally, we're glad that we're enjoying 30C instead of 30F!

    www.travelwithkevinandruth.com

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  9. A light snow can certainly add a dose of beauty to almost any scene. Cool pics!

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  10. Beautiful pictures! I haven't experienced snow in three years but looking at your pictures brought back the memories of a cool, crisp early spring day. :)

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  11. Winter in Canada has this nasty habit of making a few appearances in April. We sure know all about it. Stay warm!

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  12. Ahhh--spring in the north country! Your housing development is beautiful Al and Kelly!

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  13. Great pictures, I really like the reflections on the pond. But you can have the snow.

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  14. Beautiful! Especially since it's on its way out instead of in. The white and green with the dirt road is stunning. Glad to see Martha's tree didn't have the severe damage of last year, and it's lovely with the snow on it. Thanks for sharing :-))

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  15. Gorgeous photos! I would love to be there.

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