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I am so jealous.
Everything looks so calm and peaceful shrouded in snow. Beautiful.
Love the droplets!
I remember the 1982 blizzard in Denver while in high school...36" on the level, even a few 8' drifts. Should be interesting to see it all melt...it melts fast or slowly there? (assuming you take some photos of that process!)
Mr. S.--move to Nebraska. It's the same, just more cattle.Teresa--sans snowblowers:)Kylee--dittoDD--I say it'll last 2-3 weeks, but you never know, temps go up and down (70 a week ago). March 1 tends to be the spring tipping point. I'm from MN, where in 1991 we had a storm very much like your Denver one, 30 some inches and windy. That might have been the year of -60 wind chill.
Love your snow..I love taking pictures during and after a snow when everything is covered in a layer of white
Are you a shrub shaker and snow sweeper, or do you just let your plants deal with it?
Donna--IT was gorgeous this morning, since we had frozen fog too!Les--We don't usually get 12" of heavy wet snow, so I shook 6 shrubs or so, which haven't recovered. Had a 14' smoke bush touching the ground--not cool. Otherwise, I let them deal. Sad thing our only other snow was 3" 2 months ago, heavy and wet, and that flattened the perennials. No winter interest this year!
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What a beautiful snow. I love your water drops. I take lots of water drops; from icicles and also drops after they hit a puddle. I've been enjoying your site.
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