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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

More Snow...


School was on time today and we were shocked, until we drove to the bus stop and sw the roads were clear. We got about 3" of snow last night. It was so pretty falling in the light that it almost looked fake. I took that picture from our back porch this morning and the one of the front yard.

After the sun started shining, I grabbed my camera again...

The best snows for us come in February and March. The orginal forecast for our 3" was 1 foot, but we'll take the few inches as it is better than none and so good for our wells. This is the best kind of snow... pretty to look at and the roads are heated enough and still treated that the snow melts off of them.

14 comments:

Sugar Bush Primitives said...

Gorgeous pics, Carla. Country Life sure does have its perks, doesn't it?

Hugs,
Mary

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Hi Mary :) Yes, it certainly does! Paige and I just went outside and shoveled the driveway. The snow is packed from the tire tracks, however, we got most of the snow off so the rest will hopefully melt off. Hubby drove off into the yard this morning. Our driveway goes from 2 car width to one down to the road and I put the orange posts he got for Taylor at the edge of the yard for him to see when he gets home LOL!! xox

basketsnprims said...

Such beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing.

Pam

sassyglassdesigns said...

Don't you love living in the country especially times like this...it is so unspoiled by people and traffic.

Alice said...

The snow is beautiful. I sure am glad I am not in it though. LOL
I added you to my blog list, Carla.
thanks so much!!

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Yes, it's pretty to look at, but not much fun to shovel :) Thank you Alice... xox

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Yes, unspoiled is a perfect description :) xox

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Thank you... so glad you enjoyed them :) xox

Pam said...

Carla you got more than us. We only got a dusting. Most of our snow and ice is melted. I'm so glad we didn't get what they called for. This weekend its supposed to be in the 50's. A heat wave. LOL

The pictures are pretty.

hugs pam

Stellar Creations said...

Beautiful.. I wish we got snow, well we do but it's usually gone within hours. Thank you for sharing and I hope you aren't too sore today.. lol.

Stella

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Thank you Pam :) Once it snows a couple of times, I seem to get used to it... and I need the exercise LOL!! Wow, 50s! We might have to go out and sit in the camper hehehe!! xox

~Tonya said...

Such a pretty snowfall and pictures. I love when the snow falls gracefully and kisses mother earth with a new blanket.

So pretty, so white and sparkly.

Have a wonderful weekend, Carla.

Hugs,
~Tonya

Stacey said...

What a beautiful blog you have! I am so excited that I came across it tonight and had to become one of your followers. :) It is just darling and I love all of the pictures that you have. Your pictures are beautiful, it looks a lot like the weather we have been having here at our farm. Your crafts look perfectly prim, especially the flowers from your last post. :) I would like to extend a warm welcome to you to come by and visit my new prim blog at Farm Wife Primitives. It was just created last week and am looking forward to sharing ideas, pictures and projects with other prim lovers out there in blogland. :) It would be my honor to have you as one of my followers if you so choose.

Happy crafting and many blessings,
Stacey

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Thank you Tonya... yes, I hope we get a little more snow to help with our wells :) Thank you for popping in!! xox