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Winter in New York

Started by Jeanne Lee, February 09, 2013, 12:46:58 PM

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Jeanne Lee

My next door neighbor.

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Jeanne Lee

Out my back door.

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Pat

Wow!  Lots of snow, Jeanne.

Paul is over in NH waiting it out.  Can't set out for the south until maybe Monday.

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Nita

Jeanne, that looks cold!  I noticed I have jonquils budding.  I wonder if anyone has little plants trying to come up under all that snow?  Of course, where I am...we are not snowed in! :)


Jeanne Lee

Pat, considering that the ground was bare two days ago, it does seem like a lot.  But it's late in the season and after a super low night next week should be at or almost at the freezing mark.  And then....  if March is next, can April be far behind?   :D

Nita, I don't think any of the bulbs are ready to start pushing up yet.  The ground has been much too cold. 
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Jeanne Lee

March 12, 2013, 04:17:25 PM #5 Last Edit: March 12, 2013, 04:19:37 PM by Jeanne Lee
This March 8, 2013, 8:30 a.m. before before another more snowing another five or six hours.

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Only 4 days later.  Raining for about 10 hears and continuing.

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JudyB

Wow hope you didn't have any flooding?  Today here rain has stopped, and temperature has dropped.  This is a good thing!

Great comparison!


Jeanne Lee

Judy, there was indeed a good bit of flooding in some areas with flood watches/warnings posted on TV.  I postponed my grocery shopping for another day.   ;)

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JudyB

I'm not surprised.  That amount of snow melting in that short a time does cause flooding.  You are wise to stay in.  God Bless


Janet

Thanks for sharing, Jeanne.  We wish we could have snow and rain!  But maybe soon.....
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Jeanne Lee

And spring starts in less than 24 hours? 

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Noon, March 19.
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JudyB

Wow!!! we have about the same amount! Usually we don't get the same storms!


Pat

It's snowing quite heavily here as well, Jeanne.  I'm ready for spring!!!


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Jeanne Lee

Pat, that's tomorrow, you know.   :lol:  At least my neighbor has been shoveling and snow blowing my steps and driveway.  I'm thinking about making them a loaf of blarney stone bread.
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Pat

Quote from: Jeanne Lee on March 19, 2013, 01:31:52 PM
Pat, that's tomorrow, you know.   :lol:  At least my neighbor has been shoveling and snow blowing my steps and driveway.  I'm thinking about making them a loaf of blarney stone bread.


:)   Great idea!  Blarney Stone Bread!!!!


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Jeanne Lee

Hmmm.  I haven't had that myself in a while.  Maybe I'll make two loaves.   :D
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Janet

I've never had that--may I please have a slice?

That snow looks so good to me-but we haven't had enough of it to get tired of it, and it is so very dry here.
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Jeanne Lee

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Janet

Praise the Lord for Spring!   ;)

I attended an area-wide meeting last night to pray for rain!  There wasn't nearly as good a turnout as we'd hoped for, but God heard us, anyway.

Time to get ready to go to the gym, see you later!
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Chocky

This is the Exe estuary .............in winter.
I often go for walk here . this s where all the miragant birds come in winter months as they pass through 
It is literally just across the road from the house I live in



God first. Friends next . Self last.

JudyB



Janet

What a lovely place to walk!  And birds to see, too!  Lucky you.
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