My Neck of The Woods...



I've really enjoyed looking at some of your spring posts, as we have had 15" of snow fall in the last day and it is still snowing!  Last week was 50 degrees and a lot of snow melted...I can't imagine how deep it would be without that melting!
 

The front entry is still decorated with skates, but the "Let It Snow" sign is long put away...I think the neighbors would be after me, if it was still on the porch!



My husband cleared the driveway with the snowblower last night, but winds have blown snow everywhere...
 

The poor pugs aren't too happy about this deep stuff either~ we have to dig out a space for them, too!






Hope it's warmer in your neck of the woods!  And those of you in this same storm...I feel your pain!

Until next time...I'm dreaming of summer at the lake...
Linda

41 comments

  1. Oh my, your photos look like my place does. I know just how you feel...it was melting this time last week, then a blizzard blew through and left us with -29 deg. Celsius. Yesterday it was -40 with wind chill. I think you might have similar weather to us, except we aren't getting any snow until later this week. We'll see what that leaves behind. Our city is looking for places to pile snow, they have filled acres and acres with it and are looking for more room!
    Spring will come eventually, I think...right?
    Hugs, Cindy

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  2. This spring weather will be gone again in a few days. The cold will just feel that much worse. Ugh. Sorry you have so much snow. I see it all over the news.

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  3. Burrr...it looks so cold. I guess I'm really glad I live in the South! Stay Warm!

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  4. Well, it seems that Winter does NOT want to leave your area of the country. I'd heard about the snow up there! It IS pretty (and I love your skates) and I'm sure the grass and trees will love it come Spring.
    No snow here in my neck of the woods at 8,000' in CO....but Spring (for us) is usually cold and snowy and icky until May. So you'll be seeing flowers and birdies and such WAY before us!
    Pretty yard you have btw!

    Hugs
    Jan

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  5. It's amazing to me how we can live in the same country yet have such different weather. It has been in the 70's here in south GA the last few days...unseasonably warm for this time of year. I hope it doesn't mean our summer is going to be as hot or hotter than last year...it was almost unbearable. In a few months I will be begging for some of your snow:) It's beautiful!!

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  6. Your photos are beautiful!
    I'm starting to forget what snow is like! Where I live now snow is a rare occurance...and if it does snow it is gone the next day...I still miss it at times.
    Don't worry we are almost into March...spring is around the corner!!
    Pamela xo

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  7. oh linda. i can't believe you got that much snow again. poor thing. we are supposed to get something tonight but right now i think it's just sleet. the cars are going really slow down my road, so it must be slick. stay warm.

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  8. I'd like you to get it cleared out up there soon, please. :)
    I'm gonna be up your way in a few weeks for a family event and talked the hubster into staying an extra day to shop....warm dry weather would be much appreciated!

    Jan

    P.S. But I must say, your pics are pretty!

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  9. Wow! I thought we had it bad! Ours had all melted away last week too, and now we have about 10" of new stuff! The kids have another snow day tomorrow already because I'm sure the country roads are impassable. Sooooo that means no set schedule and more creating time for the mom!!! Now that is something to smile about :) Stay warm! Theresa xoxo

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  10. I just can't believe Old Man winter does not want to go away! Well you have some MORE beautiful pictures anyhow.

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  11. Wow. That's a lot of snow. We only had rain and cold wind all day. Looks like a good day to stay in at your house and drink warm cocoa!

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  12. Your snow pics are beautiful, but..bless your heart!! I feel guilty telling you that all last week we were in the 70's.....windows open and flip flop weather!!! Have you ever thought about moving to Texas????? Anyway, hang in there as Spring is around the corner!!!
    Cathy aka GGJ

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  13. The snow is so beautiful! Last week I bought an old pair of skates with fur around the top edge, so cute. Can hardly wait to put them out for next Christmas!
    Susanne.

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  14. your skate pics are really good...We have had great weather in Texas, but a little cold spell is coming in...love the little bird house. lezlee

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  15. I've had shorts on for the past three days! Ugh! That white stuff is not pretty any more.

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  16. I saw pictures of your storm on the news....all I can say is sorry! I remember my days in Minnesota and thinking spring was never going to arrive. Just keep thinking about all the wonderful days at the lake this summer!!
    Jane

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  17. OH MY!!!!!!!!!! Linda I'm soooooo sorry you are having such heavy snows! It is pretty but, you must tire of it! But, when I am complaining about the heat this summer we will be wishing we were up where you are. I guess we can't have it all.

    So glad you stopped by & saw the lace & French Flash Cards I bought from you. And I DID A LINK to you. Thank you for your kind words about my finished Swap Box. Stay warm & have a good week. HUGS!
    Charlene

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  18. The snow here had all melted away...then at 4PM today it started and hasn't stopped, of course I was shopping, glad to make it home safe!

    Rondell

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  19. I wonder if we get the storms first then they come your way? We got a bunch of snow this weekend and more to come this week. I can't even think of spring til April at least. Mimi

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  20. It's amazing how much snow you have gotten. It has been warmer here this weekend but I don't think it will last. Your wintry shots are just beautiful. Although I'm sure you are tired of it!

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  21. Oh, Linda!! I can't imagine all that snow! But the ice skates sure make a cute-as-pie picture. Stay warm, my friend.
    xo
    lynn

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  22. Linda, I so enjoyed these beautiful photos, though I sense y'all are ready for winter to be done! Here, in Texas, it's been 70s and 80s, though our cool front has put us back to the 60s. Way better than those summery 110+ summertime woes! Take care! ~ Angela

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  23. Linda,
    I think we are all dreaming of spring and summer! Your snow is beautiful, but we want warm :) I love your skate display!

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  24. Will this winter never end? We didn't get the snow that you did but cold and wind! Sweatshirts one day, back to bundling up the next! I INSIST that spring get here soon!

    ~~ Connie

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  25. Funny how we don't think of the snow as pretty when we are shoveling it!! :0) Your pictures were very pretty! Keep warm and think spring!! Warm hugs, Julie

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  26. I feel for you. It is beautiful to look at from afar...

    Penny

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  27. Oh my Linda! I just can't believe you live in that much snow! I had to show your photos to my husband. I do love the fresh snow, and so great for photos, but I guess not much else right now huh? That photo of the birdhouse is my favorite! Just remember, soon I will be crying over our triple digit temps and you will be relaxing by the beautiful lake and green grass! :-)

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  28. Oh my word girl, you have a LOT of snow!(but it is pretty...don't tell you neighbors I said that, or they might come after me too!lol)
    I found a pair of skates at our local peddlers mall last week for $8.95...yay! I wanted them for my front door for next winter. :)
    Thank you for your sweet comment on my tea for two tablescape..I appreciate it so much! :) I did all that at 4:30 this morning! I woke up with a headache and when I can't sleep, I have to play. :) Glad you liked it!
    Love ya lady, TTYL
    Missy

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  29. Definately warmer over her (UK) but not as pretty - very grey and miserable. We don't cope well with snow here ;)

    I spotted a crocus in flower in my garden today and the little daffodils are opening too.

    Karen

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  30. Oh my goodness, Linda, I can't believe you have that much snow! Eventually spring will get around to your neck of the woods, I'm sure. Very pretty photos!

    Hugs,
    Donna

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  31. Hi Linda,
    Beautifull- oh yes, but how tired we are now, with all that snow--
    well here is not that same amount, for the moment being-but it also melts- and then comes back- further more here is so very cold!!!!
    XO,Dorthe

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  32. I'm in the same boat here, it not fun at all. I was getting all ready for spring but now I know spring was just teasing me.

    This may be horrible to say - forgive me - but the girls and I had to play rock, paper, scissors to figure out who would dig out the poop path in the backyard for the dogs - horrible I know, but so VERY necessary. LOL

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  33. Oh My Goodness Linda! You Poor Midwesterners ! We are suppose to be getting Snow this week too! Well I hope this Finds You Well& Warm!
    Happy Tuesday!
    Hugs
    Jill

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  34. Oh my gosh, this pictures are amazing, Linda! I love the skates and the birdhouse--WOW!
    XO
    Cindy

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  35. Oh Linda!
    It was the same here for a long while...and then it finally all melted in one day! Incredible....but then two days later...the green grass was once again covered with a new dusting of the white stuff!

    spring will be here soon....until then, enjoy the beauty in the bright white reflected light!

    ciao bella

    Creative Carmelina

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  36. Ok, then maybe I should not complain about being cold! I just did a Spring post, because I also want Spring!!! Stay warm!

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  37. Wow Winter White Wonderland, love the skates, are you sick of the snow yet? It was 80 degrees here in sunny Florida today!!! :)

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  38. Oh Linda, I know you are so looking forward to Spring but your pictures are beautiful! I'm so glad we don't get snow like that here in Maryland. It's rare when we do.

    Have a wonderful day,
    Gail

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  39. Your pictures are so pretty but I'm sure that living with all the snow you've had this year is pretty difficult. It certainly has been a harsh winter across the entire country. I'm in California and we've had a fairly mild winter but it has gotten quite chilly again. Our mountains are covered with snow and now they say that San Francisco and LA will get a dusting of snow this weekend. I sure hope it's an early spring for everyone. Your area has been very hard hit this year. I hope you start seeing robins soon!

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  40. Wow, that's a lot of snow! I can't imagine. We've been fighting the urge to run our AC here in Mississippi. :(

    Kelly

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  41. Oh my Linda....A winter WONDERLAND if EVER I saw one....It looks GORGEOUS but I don't know if I could 'deal' with it for months on end though.... :o) !!

    Autumn (Fall) is approaching here & I'm feeling a little 'blue'....I LOATHE the end of summer & daylight savings....Especially seeing our Aussie summer has been so wet....** sigh ** ....I HOPE the weather warms for you sooner rather than later....!

    Cheers for now from SOGGY Oz,
    Tamarah :o)

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