Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Not All the Snow is in Sochi

Yesterday morning we woke to a gentle snow storm.


 It began at 2:00 in the morning and was still falling lightly when we opened the sliding glass door.


We don't get snow down at our elevation often, but when it happens we enjoy the experience. I just hope they got more in the high country. We'll need it come summer to keep our lake level up. -- Margy

20 comments:

  1. It looks so pretty, Margy, but I'm glad you don't get it so often that it becomes a nuisance.
    Were you up the lake when the 2010 Olympics were nearby (as the crow flies)?
    K

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  2. Looks pretty around your home.

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  3. Lovely photos. Is that your home in the bottom shot? Very pretty. The snow pack is pretty low so I've heard.

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  4. We got 1/2 a foot in Comox but by Monday night it was raining. Still melting now as more rain today

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  5. What a cozy setting - it just needs a cup of tea and a few shortbread cookies. I really enjoy a peaceful snow, especially when I've no place to go.

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  6. Beautiful scenery and really like a picture book - I live in the sub-tropics!!

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  7. Wow - stunning shots and a fabulous location!

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  8. Beautiful photos! The high country here in Colorado has has an overabundance of snow this winter, which I hope will fill all the reservoirs in spring melt.

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  9. Great shots, looks very peaceful.

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  10. It all looks so lovely and pretty, I could almost enjoy it myself. But you already know my fears of driving in snow, so I am glad we have managed to avoid any snow this winter (so far!) xxx

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  11. Exquisite shots!

    Many thanks for the visit too!

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  12. Very pretty under a dusting of snow!

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  13. of wow this looks like such a pretty place to visit. Do you live on the lake? Magical.
    Have a wonderful week, and thank you for stopping by my blog this week.

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  14. Glad you don't get much snow ~ lovely photos ~ thanks,

    carol and artmusedog
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  15. Beautiful shots!

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  16. How lovely, Margy! Your little corner of the world is glorious...:)

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  17. I always loved your corner of the world, it's fantastic! And I can only imagine how a snow storm is. Here, of course, it never happens. ;)

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  18. I hope you get what you need to keep up that beautiful world. :)

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  19. So so pretty! I think there is nothing better than getting to experience a variety of living environments...life is indeed good:)

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  20. Thanks everyone for stopping by and taking the time to comment on this week's post. - Margy

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