Monday, December 29, 2008

Now you see it, now you don't

What a difference a couple of days can make. I took the "snowy photos" last Sunday (21st) and the "after" photos a week later on Sunday, December 28th.

We have had some freaky weather, the last couple of days (I am writing this on Sunday 28th) has been warm and wet. Which is actually a good thing, as at least it has melted the snow before we get the next round of snow, because there is one thing that is guaranteed around here, is that it will snow again.


ChrisJ said...

I'm glad some of that snow disappeared. Sometimes up there, you can forget what grass looks like. (I lived in Toronto and St. Paul for about 10 years total.)

Margaret's Ramblings said...

We, in Nottingham are lucky if we get just a few hours of snow a year now, abit different from 20 years ago I'm told.

George said...

What a difference a week makes. Hopefully the next round of snow won't be quite as bad as the first.

Cathy said...

Wow,, it kind of does that here too. The pic with the snow plow looking down the street. I can just feel the quiet, peaceful, silent that a big snow fall will bring. I don't like dealing with the snow but I love the sound. Have a good day and run get your milk and bread now.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

What a difference a few days make, Sarah. Thank goodness it comes and it goes--BEFORE more comes!!!! ha

We're headed to Hendersonville, TN to check on George's elderly parents today. Have a great day.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

SORRY Gill..... I called you Sarah--my other British friend. DUH!!! Old AGE. Please forgive.

The Good Life in Virginia said... you like the no-snow better?

we've still had nothing here in our part of virginia...a good thing as far as i am concerned.

hope you had a wonderful holiday.

til later.

Lakeland Jo said...

If we got snow like that the whole country would grind to a complete halt

Rudee said...

We had the big melt down too. Now I see the yard where the pooch has left his bombs and the wind has blown down a tree. It helps the hospice nurse immensely to have no ruts to get stuck in while driving. Last week was a mess. I got stuck twice. I need a 4WD vehicle if I'm going to keep doing this job!

CannedAm said...

I know! My goodness! It's all gone. Even the six-foot high piles at the edges of our driveways are gone! This is so much better than the ice-topped stuff we did have. ugh! All that rain, I was sure we'd need ice skates to get to our cars!

Gill - That British Woman said...

thanks for all your comments.


Clippy Mat said...

New Year's Eve update.
Look out of the window Gill.