Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Oh What A Difference A Day Makes

Hello Everyone, Hope you all are well and staying safe and crafty.

Isn't it supposed  to be Fall right now, the leaves have just barely begun to change color and are still clinging to the branches of our many trees. So why oh why is my entire yard WHITE!!

Just yesterday I was outside in 70 degree temps & short sleeves taking pictures of hoof and paw prints in a shaded damp area, collecting a few apples and pears and just enjoying the fall weather.

Doe & Fawn tracks.
We have two doe's who frequent our yard with their fawns. This year both of them have twins and they use our yard as their daycare area.

We also have Raccoons & Squirrels.
Not sure which these belong to, but I'm thinking Squirrel (only four front toes).

Woke up today to 28-30 degrees so I had to turn up the furnace put on my Sorrels and jacket and deal with this crap.

At least 6" to 7" of heavy wet white crap. 
Sorry, beautiful, magical, fluffy white snow.
Who am I kidding, you all know I hate this stuff. 
I've cleaned of the sat. dish and porch steps and will do it again before the hubs gets home.
 
It's not done yet and is still coming down. Unfortunately the hubs had to drive from Billings to Bozeman today to take an extra load for work a 3-4 hour drive. 
 
This won't be going away anytime soon as the temps are going to stay in the 20's & 30's for the next few days. 

This is our second snow this October but the one on the 1st or 2nd melted as soon as it hit the ground. 
 
Hope it's warmer where your at.

Take Care & Happy Fall
Hugs, Sandy

4 comments:

  1. I'm with you! It may be pretty coming down in big fluffy white flakes, but if it doesn't melt as soon as it lands, the beauty is over.

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  2. Sorry you had so much snow already.
    They have the four-letter word in our forecast.
    I guess last week was our Fall.
    Marilyn

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  3. Wow! I saw on the news last night that Idaho had a threat of snow. While I love the white stuff, it is a bit too early for it. Thinking of you!

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  4. We were watching the weather channel for the first time in ages (no cable in campgrounds) and lo and behold there was the white stuff. I'm in FL now so none of that stuff. Sorry to hear you're weather skipped fall. :-(

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