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An amazing picture. Gotta love winter to live THERE!
I think I would too, Rob. But think of all the hours to spend on Jigidi! Thanks.Well, the days are getting longer, Gene. Its gotta break pretty soon.
well all I can say is brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr snow melted away and as soon as it is gone guess what???? Woke up today to snowing outside brrrrrrr bah hah humbug.......... :((((
Wow!! Again!! I think I'd go mad from cabin fever!! Thanks warbler - my winter minimum is usually only 5C - 40F!!
Yeah Cindy, but only for 11 1/2 months of the year. Thanks
wow just wow!
It melted fast, Chickie. Your right. I bet color is a big deal in that environment. Good eye!Enough is enough, alright, PK. Thanks for coming by.It made me think of you Tex. You know, maybe a summer home. They say is gets up into the 30's in the summer. Thanks Texas
Thanks, Warbler! This makes me rethink missing the snow! Maybe Texas winters aren't so bad after all. P.S. We're supposed to be in the 80's all week.
Now that is some snow.... Glad I don't live there...
Wow! You really got hit hard! It's interesting that those house are so brightly colored. Thanks warbler.
Oymyakon, Morris, a little to the north.Stay warm, PLG. Refrigerator bill? You mean theres electricity working, PG90 degrees in February, WOW, GGlady, thats extreme. I think so anyway.There you go Aggie Look for the positive. Thanks everyone.
My brother in Nebraska sent me this which has amazing photos.... www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-TmlcPF2Eg By the way, they don't hold school when the temps are below -56 degrees!
one thing that can be said about the snow on the ground is that you can see the footprints of any creatures (or people) coming around the house. That's a positive.
Though, granted, 90 degrees in February is a little too warm, I think I'll stay in Texas.....at least for the winter..........
I guess you can save on your refrigerator bill.
WOW! Where is this, warbler?
Wow. I have nothing to complain about, Warbler! Thank you for putting things in perspective!