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Hanging In

Feb
17

I think that would be winter hanging in. I was feeling a little bit on the verge of a meltdown (and not talking about the temperature) this morning when my neighbor Andy showed up by surprise to plow my driveway.
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That was really nice of him, though it’s supposed to snow some more tomorrow.
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But one can but dream when–
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–there’s already 7 inches of snow on the ground.
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Pretty sure was school was cancelled today.
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I don’t see any school bus tracks. Just dog tracks.
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And people tracks.
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And cow tracks.
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Nobody looks real happy except for this crazy thing.
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With their thick double mountain coats, Great Pyrs are made for this weather.
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The rest of us are just hanging in!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 17, 2015  

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  1. 2-17
    10:59
    pm

    It is something else what is happening out there. Meanwhile, we had to mow the grass last weekend in Washington State. Wha???
    Suzanne, I was wondering if you’ve had any effect from the oil train wreck. Bad news, that.

  2. 2-18
    6:21
    am

    I’m not anywhere near where that train accident happened.

  3. 2-28
    2:59
    am

    You always take such cool pictures.
    They bring back the memories of my parents and living on the farm.
    Thank you Suzanne for living your dream and the inspiration you give to others.

  4. 3-13
    8:53
    pm

    Beautiful pics. I read this the day you posted it, but didn’t comment. I love the cows! It is amazing how much GB looks like her mama, BP!

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