Sunday, December 21, 2008

Not over yet

This is my backyard.


That's 6.5" of Global warming, with more on the way. Near as I can figure from the long-range forecast, it should stop snowing around April. I don't ever recall getting this much snow, and I was born here.

I think I will just give up and hibernate ...

6 Comments:

Anonymous John of Argghhhh! said...

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

Hee hee hee. Hoo hoo hoo (cleans ice of inside of window to check thermometer)

2F, in direct sunlight no less. With 30 knots winds.

Only 4 inches of snow, though.

Frostbitten rooster combs look funny.

Don't seem to bother the roosters, happily.

11:25 AM, December 21, 2008  
Blogger BostonMaggie said...

It looks like my backyard. John's right....we should just be grateful that we don't live in Kansas.

1:31 PM, December 21, 2008  
Anonymous BillT said...

I had to wear a long-sleeved shirt today. Probably didn't get much above 20 Celsius...

1:59 PM, December 21, 2008  
Blogger Barb said...

Bill - you always wear long sleeves! What else is new?

BCR - I was enjoying the pretty, white global warming stuff. Until shoveling time. Then it just became a PITA (and back). We finished at about 3pm, then came in to watch a movie ("We Were Soldiers"), and looked out a short while ago to see that the snow fairies had left another 2 inches on our previously clean driveway. Ugh!

8:52 PM, December 21, 2008  
Anonymous John of Argghhh! said...

the snow fairies had left another 2 inches on our previously clean driveway. Ugh!

That's what you get for being so gay-friendly in that part of the world.

Cool interiors, though.

I have a tractor with a blade for the purpose. Takes an hour to start in these temps, perhaps, but about 10 minutes to scrape-to-earth...

8:27 AM, December 22, 2008  
Anonymous BillT said...

Cool interiors, though.

*Cool* interiors are sooooo last week. Interiors are now hot-hot-*hot* with gloooorious sunshiny yellows and hot pinks and

Whut?

12:13 PM, December 22, 2008  

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