A Light Covering

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First snow of the season!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 12, 2013  

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  1. 11-12
    9:04
    am

    :happyflower:

    Isnt the firt snow special? Mother Nature puts on her make up to show us that she is beautiful for all seasons.
    We has about 1 1/2 inches of snow last night and it is lovely, but also a bit icy, we will stay inside and admire it from within.

  2. 11-12
    10:23
    am

    Oh my goodness, how pretty. I am hoping for one snow here this year. Rarely happens, but I remain hopeful.

  3. 11-12
    10:57
    am

    We’re about the same here in Ohio. Some pretty icing on our morning. It probably won’t last long but it’s a good warning that Old Man Winter is knocking on the door.

  4. 11-12
    10:58
    am

    Oh the snow is so pretty. Never any snow in southern CA unless we travel to the mountains about two hours away. I miss those WV hills.

  5. 11-12
    11:36
    am

    SO PRETTY! Lucky you! Send some my way?… just a light dusting in eastern NC would be nice. :snoopy: The snow makes your farm even prettier. Hope you have a beautiful day.

  6. 11-12
    11:49
    am

    How beautiful, you’re such a great photographer!

  7. 11-12
    12:23
    pm

    :woof:

    It’s a bit early for us to have any snowfall. (southern California-mountain foothills) I have always loved those early in the season,light dustings, when they come quietly in the night. Kind of like powdered sugar on a cookie. :-)

    The Sierra’s have had snow – ours comes-if any- usually in January-February.
    (Beautiful picture Suzanne)

  8. 11-14
    6:49
    pm

    We had half inch as most melted at first. Then it dropped to eleven degrees to help frost us. Now 32 feels warm.

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