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I want some of that white stuff.We don't usually get much in TN.Well sometimes we get an inch or 2.I remember getting rather large snows when I was a kid.
Thanks cinder!I think it is, rob!Hang in there roe, we're here for you!!!
Sorry, Morris, you and Lyndee got some of this stuff that we got over a week ago. We got 3 inches but it was gone two days later. Now it's just so cold--it was 11 degrees at 10:30 pm, Monday. No telling what it will be by morning. Living in Mn. is just so much fun---long, cold winters, very short spring, 2 months of summer, and two weeks of fall. Gotta love it or go crazy!!! I've gone crazy.
Must be a tough plant Morris!!
Snow winkle indeed, LOL after that remark. Nice (sorta) view of...snow.
Thanks partner!Snow winkle is periwinkle after it has snowed, PD. Ank, named it for me last year Winter!Yes it is Pat, per Ank last Winter! I just love the name because the foliage stays green all year.Thank you, Nicky!
Fabulous. Thanks for posting.
Is that plant a snow winkle? Enquiring minds want to know.
What is a snow winkle? Whatever, it's a nice shot, Morris!
Snow winkle! Love it!
I guess it would be a good night for a fire in the fireplace morris. Celebrate the snow.
The tan is now covered, Sandy.
This is pretty with the green and tan in it.
Yep, may have to get the ones in the back in Spring, lyndee.
Well, I guess that takes care of your leaves Morris. :)
Not to cold , but damp.
Sure enough, you got snow! How cool is that? Very cool. Cold, actually.