Who are ass-deep in snow...
Here's some more.
These were taken when we were still living in Bartlesville, north of Tulsa almost to Kansas. This was our 14" snow in December, 2006. We do get some snow dumped on us in Oklahoma, it just doesn't last as long.
This was on our back patio. The large chests held our Christmas lights. I had gotten them out to start decorating for the holidays. Needless to say I had to wait for three days to put them up.
I stuck a metal yardstick in the snow to see how deep it was... Deeper than Chloe and SueSue were tall. I had to shovel a couple of paths out into the yard so they could 'relieve' themselves.
They love the snow. They would jump in and bite it and romp and play like pups.
Icicles out our back door. I'm smiling. I like a good snow...
Once a year.
No birds home today... they all went south.
Our home had nice, deep eaves so there wasn't as much snow on the patio table, but there was enough to make a nice photo. Carol's son, Jeff, made this birdhouse for his mom when he was about 10. He's now 34.
This is a cold looking sun.
I liked the frosty, cold look of this yard ornament.
Snow on the neighbor's pine tree.
Ornamental grass I had planted the year before. I love how it looked on the seed heads.
And, for the big finale.... I'm standing under the eaves on the back patio for this shot. The snow was coming off the roof, but it was so cold it had frozen this way the night before. I took this before I started knocking it down so it wouldn't fall on my girls and squash them.
Just wanted you Mainers to know I was thinking about you all.
It does look nicer at someone else's house, ehh.