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Thank you, Ann. In the center beyond the apple tree are 2 stumps with boards across them. We keep the canoe up off the ground there in the summer. On the left I'm not sire what you're seeing. It's just a brushy area that grows wild over there. (I think it's owned by whoever owns the old paper mill property, upstream from us just a bit. It's being torn down now.)
This is beautiful, Patti. And I'm curious~~what are those things right along the edge of the snow & water, one at left & the other center photo. I can't make them out...........
Thank you, Ank!
Thank you, Laura. I hope you guys get what you need!Thank you, Robbie. Glad you could feel "here." :)
Well all the comments tell you this is one stunning picture PLG, so still and peaceful I feel like I am there, thanks.
This is really pretty, PLG. That is what we are supposed to get here, but with the drought, it's looking like less and less of a possibility. That is what the St Louis weather people say, anyway.
Thank you, Mimi. :)
Thank you, and welcome back, Jacques!
no words for this beauty, thanks sweety!
Beautiful Patti. I would love to see snow like this - not much chance of that here.
Thank you, Foxy. :) Wow -- that's warm! But of course we get some of that in our summer too. Stay cool!
Only a few inches? A quarter inch would be too much for me :-) Wonderful photograph, Patti. Thank you for sharing your world with us. We had 30 deg today - 86 in the old money - and had the air con running this arvo. Such a contrast to your climate :-)
Thanks, Robryan. :)
Sorry to hear that, Roseheather. Let's hope the reports are wrong!
Well, PLG, we had a short spell of "little snow" this am. Beautiful, but it didn't show on any surface, just made the air look festive for a short while. ; ) It isn't too promising for us, according to the weather reports.
Nice pic PLG - thanks.
Thanks, Suzy. Do you have snow right now?
Thanks, Morris. :)
Very pretty!!! Thank you!!!
A mere tease of a winter wonderland. Thanks for the great puzzles today, Patti!
Thank you, Bloorox. :)
Lovely and peaceful! :)
Thank you, Pat, Shirley, Goingsilver, Celeste, Jan, Chickie, Graciela (rain is easier to shovel!), and Lyndee (I agree -- it doesn't take much!).
It only take a couple inches of snow to make a beautiful winter wonderland.
Nice puzzle PLG
Beautiful!! a few inches already? something is wrong, we are the ones supposed to get this snow and all we are getting is rain and rain! I am not complaining.
So pretty PLG and those red twigs are adding a touch of red again. Thanks.
Perfect picture with a few inches of snow and miles of beautiful country.
wow that is a great photo :)
Pretty scene, with the sun shining through the trees, Thanks Patti.
Love the view...
Thank you, Ank. Stay warm tonight!
Thanks, Roseheather. :) I'm OK with a few inches at a time. Easier to shovel! Did you get any?
Beautiful photo, even if it wasn't as much as you would have liked.
I checked weather.gov (NOAA), last evening, so I was not surprised by this photo. ; ) Maybe another time.
Ahhhh, beautiful Patti, and indeed with sun it's great. Our snow is gone again after a night and day of rain. We had about 2 inch. We had sun too so it was lovely. But I'm glad we could walk normal for two days. For this evening they expact sleet. brrrrrrrrrr. Have a nice day.
Thank you Oddio. (festive avatar!) Yes, I think we just got the fringes. (Looked like Green Bay got more than we did during the game last night!)
Ah, when the sun is shining, the snow looks inviting!
Keep snapping these great pictures, Patti.
(Some of my family in Minnesota got about 10 inches of this stuff yesterday.)