Friday, October 29, 2010

...from shirtsleeves to snowboots...


...guess what greeted us when we got back to ND from Omaha...that's right - that's snow swirling through the air there - and Scout braved the 50 mph winds to go outside and pick the final bits of lettuce before they froze...

...and this is the snowy wonderland - it's a wet heavy snow - Scout threw a snowball at me (the first of the season) and it felt like a baseball...and you can see the swings swinging themselves in the wind...

...so...have you had your first snow yet?...

7 comments:

  1. No snow yet here.... I am amzed by all the early snowfalls I've been reading about in the blogosphere!

    Yesterday was 68 degrees and I had all the windows open :0)

    It's coming though....

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  2. No snow yet, but we had our first freeze last night. Was supposed to be a frost so I jsut covered the tomato and basil with sheets so I'm hoping they did OK under there even though it got colder than predicted.

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  3. I heard there were some snowflakes but I didn't see 'em with my own eyes so it doesn't count! Stay warm!

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  4. Thanks for the comment! The big one is supposed to be Clifford! :)

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  5. Oh my goodness, I am complaining about 90 degree heat in my blog and you have snow on the ground...that is why I love my blogger friends all over the US....so fun to see how "other people" live!

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  6. We've had a few frosts but it would be unusual to have snow in most parts of the UK before January.

    On the hills and mountains it's a different story!

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  7. We haven't even had a killing frost yet! Though that's not normal.
    And in answer to your other post: We say scarecrow here. And great job on the costume!! :)

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