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Saturday, March 13, 2010

Snow Pictures

I promised to share some photos from the Snowpocalypse we had back in February. Here's a quick sample ...

That snow feel in early February and there are STILL a few piles of snow around town. CRAZY!

If you'd like to see the rest of my photos you can view more at this link.

15 comments:

Patty said...

I love the photos...they are lovely...

bermudaonion said...

That's a lotta snow!

Amanda said...

O wow! What great photos! I love the ones of the pup following your husband and the one by himself. It looks so professional! I bet your kiddo just had a blast playing in all the snow.

Jenny Girl said...

I know snow can be a pain but is so beautiful right after it's finished. Thanks for sharing.
(all of our piles are now gone)

Heather J. said...

*** Glad you all enjoyed my pics! It's been raining here for two days now so the snow is FINALLY all gone ... ***

Ryan G said...

I'm so envious of all that snow...reminds me of home.

The pic with the dog by itself is wonderful.

Diane said...

OMG...I'm trying to find out what part of the country had all of that snow? We were pretty lucky this year.

Alyce said...

Thanks for sharing your photos! It looks like you guys managed to have some fun playing in all the snow.

Dreamybee said...

We used to get snow like that in Colorado when I was growing up, where you would have to find an alternate means of going outside besides the front door because there was too much snow to push the screen door open!

Heather J. said...

Diane - We live in Maryland, and we didn't did NOT get lucky this year! LOL

Rhonda said...

These pictures give me goosebumps. The very best weather there can be is a blizzard that makes the world stop and holds everyone captive. Your children will fondly remember this winter for years to come.

Ti said...

That's crazy!! I love the lone dog pic.

Anna said...

That's a familiar site! Thankfully, nearly all of the snow has melted where I live. But now we're starting to see all the stuff that was damaged by the plows.

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

Heather J. said...

Anna - We're seeing that here too - all the fences/posts/whatever, that were pushed/crushed/moved by the plows - it's crazy! The middle step of our 3-step front porch broke apart from all the snow ...

Serena said...

I'm glad that all my snow has melted away...

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