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Saturday, January 10, 2009

A Light Dusting




This is what it looked like after our big snow on Thursday,lol (see SkyWatch Friday photo)

24 comments:

  1. Not much left... I bet the kids were desapointed! :-)

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  2. aw, cool! At least you got to see it falling and sticking a little bit! Maybe next time it'll be more fun.

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  3. Now why did I expect deep snow in Virginia. Perhaps I need to check my geography. Thanks so much for your many comments, Tanya, and especially your support concerning the two new dogs. Much appreciated.

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  4. Jilly, we are in southwest Va and from what I hear, we don't get alot of snow here.

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  5. I, for one, am happy for y'all that you only got the dusting, not the drifting. Snow's beautiful falling but oh so much of a mess staying!

    You're right about Neutral, Drive, Reverse. And L stands for Low, which is sort of like first gear. I don't remember ever putting a car in L, though, because it wouldn't automatically go into D for drive. I'll have to check with my younger brother--he'll remember if Daddy's instructions to me were to stay out of Low!

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  6. Hey, we had 3ft of snow---I wouldn't wish it on anyone. Enjoy the dusting before it is gone. MB

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  7. Snow is exciting and beautiful, but always causes trouble on the roads.

    Btw, I was very relieved to read that your son, and the other children, were all okay in that bus accident!

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  8. Goodness me! I bet you had to dig yourself out of your house! Lol :)

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  9. Wasn't much of a snow, was it? Ah well. Maybe later in the month...

    I can remember when snows in Virginia piled up to the windows on a school bus. The drivers put on chains and hauled the kids to school regardless, and sometimes it was like riding a bus in a white tunnel with snow piled so high on both sides that you could no longer see the fields.

    That has almost 40 years ago, though. We haven't had a good snow since, um, maybe 1993?

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  10. Snow is magical when it falls. Especially if you don't have to drive in it. Even though we're having a particularly stormy winter in Vermont, participating in CDPB has forced me out (on foot) in all kinds of weather. A good cure for cabin fever.

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  11. Like JM I'd think the boys would be very disappointed about that...

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  12. You had more snow than we had here on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee.
    Thanks for visiting my site.

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  13. Well, you did get some snow.

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  14. The best kind of snow is the kind you don't have to shovel!

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  15. Brrr!! It is certainly a colder winter this year. I love yeasterdays post as well of the falling snow.

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  16. It' s actually snowing as I write, and it's sticking!!!
    I bet I am going to have to do some exercise tomorrow morning before leaving the house!!!

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  17. You are so lucky! We get NOTHING here on Chincoteague. Love your blog..must add it to my links. ;o)

    Boomer Chick

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  18. We had 7 or 8 inches over night. A light dusting would have been nice.

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  19. That's a cool shot but we haven't gotten any snow either. Maybe later we will!!!

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  20. Too bad...better luck next time.

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  21. If your boys want some snow to play in, they can head our way! We got another 4 inches overnight and it's still coming down.

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  22. Oooo, Big snow! HA! LOL! I was thinking I would like Virgina, but not if that's all the snow you get!

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  23. Snow wise, you are definitely beaten by Paris! :-)

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