Saturday, 9 January 2010

Snow, snow and more snow

that is what we have here.

I did take lots of photos of Dill in the snow yesterday but never managed to blog them, I kept being sidetracked.

 

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This is the sight that greeted me when I looked out the front door yesterday morning.

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This was the look out the back and there is a dog in the photo, can you find him?

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The birds could not get to their food

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Pete’s 4 wheel drive

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Pete’s ‘normal’ car with Dave’s behind

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No wonder the telly wasn’t receiving any signal

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The robin managed to find some food below the snow

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The neighbours children were building a chair and table

 

This post was written a few days ago, but abandoned when the power went.

4 comments:

Myrt said...

Oh my word, Eve - that's unbelievable for your 'neck of the woods' (well, I think it is). Our ground is covered in snow but nowhere near as much as you have. Dill will love it!

Moogsmum said...

It could be worse - you could live down here and have to put up with a whole three inches of the stuff and miserable people who look as if there world has ended because Gordon Brown made it snow....apparently!

See, being a girl of hardy West Midlands stock, this is all a little sprinkling of snow to me. Heck, my brother got married in 2 foot of snow and it snowed the day I married Mr Moog.

Your snow looks much more like the real thing. Very impressive :o)

Sad about the silly power outage though.

Keep warm and hope you dig yourselves out soon.

xxx

p.s. nope, try as I might I just cannot see a puppy in that second photo. Any clues?

Totty Teabag said...

Quite an impressive layer you have there Eve!

christunte said...

Hej! Du har fået en award.