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Monday, February 10, 2014

More Snow

I made two videos of the snow in the garden.  I couldn't decide which one to post so you're getting both.




13 comments:

  1. I didn't know it was supposed to snow last night . . . and I don't think the city did either. Woke up to another winter wonderland and NOTHING done to the streets. Didn't see a plough until after 8 (and we live on a main artery) so they must have come to work and started ploughing!

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  2. I enjoyed both videos. You certainly can use the moisture. I am getting anxious for spring!

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  3. I am so glad you have your priorities straight. Gotta keep those birds happy and keep your feet free of snow when you fill up those feeders! Good job to your husband for shoveling the driveway. I did the same thing Saturday but by noon the snow had all melted. It was too funny. I love to shovel snow and we so rarely get it here. Stay safe and warm!

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  4. GonSS, we snagged some snow here in Nebraska a few days ago. It was the same storm that caused issues with Kansas City. We got about four inches of snow that was quickly put under control by the city workers. It really was the first snow of 2014. We had a couple snows in December that only amounted to about two inches total. Snow has not been the issue this year. Terribly cold temperatures and wind have been the elements to deal with this Winter. I'm hoping that the deep freeze will at least turn in a refrigerator soon. It could be a problem in the Spring if we end up with another cold wet spring like last year. But I am confident that this year's weather will be nothing like last year's weather. It's kind of the Nebraska way with weather. It's never the same, never predictable, and always challenging for the gardener.

    Have a great snow accumulation day.

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  5. I enjoyed both videos. I am so glad you got some much needed moisture for your gardens.

    Happy Valentine's Day ~ FlowerLady

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  6. Snowing here in eastern NC now and have a layer of freezing rain under it. Everything is closed for today. Time for some stitching.

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  7. Nice to hear your voice...you sound poised and composed ;) We are going to get a good snowstorm beginning tomorrow afternoon. They're predicting 8-10 inches. I'll believe it when I see it (because we usually don't end up getting much!). We've had almost 2 ft at a time, in the past...but that's not typical for here. I'm hoping for a big storm...I love a snow event!!

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  8. I hope all of that snow will be giving your garden some much needed moisture.

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  9. It's even sleeting here! I just hope when winter decides to leave, it stays gone! Last year we got days in the 80's, then it froze a few nights afterward - hoping we don't get a repeat! Your snow is very pretty. Looks like good hot chocolate and book reading weather!

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  10. Wow--you really have had some snow!!!!! I love snow --but as I told another friend, I only love it when I'm enjoying it within my nice, warm home!!!!! Don't like driving in it.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  11. This is a never ending year for snow. Hopefully they'll be some benefits to most of us with water tables being restored.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  12. Videos are good, but you know what? You have a nice, pleasant voice!

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  13. Thanks for sharing both of your videos! You've got some snow, no doubt. Know you are ready for spring time to arrive! Anxious to see all of your flowers show up this spring!

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