Winter scenes

After the most recent storm.  I don’t know how many feet we have, but the compost bins in the photo below are about 4 feet high.

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6 Responses to “Winter scenes”

  1. Vickie Says:

    I posted some winter pictures too yesterday. I meant to tell you thank you for your advice last year on early planting. I’m not sure we will be thinking of early planting this year.

  2. Laurie Meunier Graves Says:

    A little farther north, our home is in exactly the same situation—buried! Or at least half-way buried. Truly, we don’t know where to put the snow anymore, and we have decided that since it’s March, the driveway doesn’t need to be as wide as it has been for most of the winter. After all, spring is coming. Isn’t it?

  3. Robin Says:

    My goodness, you still have a ton of snow up there! Almost all of the snow here has melted.

    Your photos are absolutely beautiful!!

  4. sharon Lovejoy Says:

    Oh my goodness, it is hard to believe that you have so much snow to shovel that you can’t find a place to put it!

    Loved your posting also about the pumpkins and squash.

    All upcoming spring joys to you,

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

  5. Daphne Gould Says:

    Our last storm was a rain event which helped to melt some of the snow. We still have a lot, but it is disappearing slowly. And at least your snow looks pretty. Ours is an icky grey right now. Yuck.

  6. Sara Says:

    You poor dears. Hang in there–last time we had that much snow in March we ended up getting a puppy! (irrational I know, but it made us a little crazy). Winter is hanging on here too, but we had a big melt so the base of snow is still way down, thankfully. Amazing how fast it can actually disappear, you’ll see :)

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