Hey Patricia. That’s an awesome snowman. I’ve seen a few during my outings recently. We have lots of snow here and I’m enjoying it. It’s a novelty in Vancouver. It’s neat to walk down the street and meet strangers because most people (most), are happy and excited by the snow. Understanding smiles are exchanged as we struggle to manoeuver through the snow and not lose our footing.
I will wish for you snow too…and snow removal equipment for us in the future…more is coming tonight about 4 inches – yikes it is 24″ compacted into 18″ right now…I do see some dripping and I would not mind.
Quite a buxom snow folk…now with a red tiara of red bows on her head…she flung her bra! DYFYBT – the pictures are all of my yard and front porch. The Lake is Capital Lake with the Capital Bldg. across on the other bluff in the furthest right hand trees. And between the two trees on a sunny day we would see Mt. Rainier in all its glory.
I am glad you are not without snow! It is quite a novelty but with one kiddo still in route home…worrisome also…my neighbor was just here and his kiddo is stuck on the a closed road in Oregon, unable to get home yet either….hope we get a break and they stay safe!
Our snow folks are loosing their faces today, Tammy! It was supposed to stop snowing and change to rain. Nope 3 more inches and no one can get up and down our street…my daughter’s package is somewhere out in the snow on the Fedex truck!
Churches have all canceled services – 3 more inches for tonight then freezing, then 3-4 inches tomorrow with wind…Finally Friday they think the snow will return….I hope so we are running out of food essentials and trying to share with the handicapped and elderly who have not been able to venture out at all..
A White Christmas but no equipment to deal with it! Too much!
Hope you get some beautiful holiday weather just right for your celebrations.