Tuesday, February 25, 2014

YARD ART AS SNOW GAUGE - february

Dec. 19th, 2013

Jan. 26th, 2014


Feb. 23rd, 2014



18 comments:

  1. So beautiful. It's been so hot today here (in Sydney) that it feels refreshing to see snow.

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    1. Tat, glad I could make you feel refreshed. Stop by any time.

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  2. I remember seeing the Jan 26 one - love the update - so would that be about one foot of snow? Emily @ Have A Laugh On Me via Trish's WW

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    1. That sounds about right. It is -33 outside at the moment, we are having the coldest winter in 35 years they say. Normal lows would be -3 - quite a difference, eh?

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  3. Beautiful pictures but ...I miss Summer.
    Have a nice day!

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    1. While I miss summer I do not need to rush past Spring. I am super excited to start seeing those first shoots of green and then the Crocus, Daffodil and Hyacinths blooms! Maybe in 2 more months...

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  4. Thank goodness we never got snow like that. You did a nice job capturing the poor yard art being snowed bound.

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    1. Thanks LV for stopping in and commenting.

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  5. Oh my...that's a lot of snow. Love the gauges!

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    1. Lots and lots of snow. It will be fascinating to see how fast it melts assuming we start getting some warmer weather, LOL.

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  6. Oh my gosh the little heads! That is an adorable way to guage the snow. But still depressing :)
    Thanks for linking up at RMB!

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  7. wow bet those feet are cold but great fun way to tell how much snow
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    1. Angie, it is kind of fun to leave the birds out all winter, they remind me that summer will once again come.

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  8. OH NO....pretty soon we won't be able to see their heads.
    JM Illinois

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    1. It will be interesting to see how much more we get before we start getting some temperatures that will melt it. I'll keep you updated next month!

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