Friday, February 26, 2010

Friday Weather Report


UPDATE 2:30 pm Friday: It has been quite a challenge for the birds in this storm. There is thick snow on the branches of the trees and also finding food, unless it is provided by humans, is tough. We have a feeder and Dad and Mom also threw seed out onto the deck under the table and chairs so the birds could get to it. So our back deck area was quite popular this morning!

Looks like we have about 18 inches.



We interrupt our previously scheduled programming for a weather update. This picture is from 3 pm on Thursday. We will update later in the day as possible. Falling tree limbs cut off our power for about 5 hours yesterday evening - it was eerie to have no computer and no tv! Mom suggested to Dad that they play CARDS by candlelight. What is that?

12 comments:

  1. Oh my! Mr. Winter sure has you in a tight grip. And being without power must be horrible. Stay warm!

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  3. BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR....we hope you are staying nice and warm. If you want to head south, we would love a visit from you. :)

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  4. My Mom would like to say that your Mom and Dad need to move someplace where it does not snow so much. Like, where we live, for instance. Ahem.

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  5. Gorgeous photos, we love cardinals. Hope your power stays on this weekend. Come on Spring!

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  6. OH my! That's a lot of snow! I hope your birds stay well and you stay warm!

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  7. Wow! That sure is a lot of snow! Don't go out or you'll disappear in it!

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  8. That's a lot of snow! Hope your birds find food and that you stay warm!

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  9. EEEK!! It's bootiful here, you guys really need to come out this way!

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  10. This seems to be an endless winter! But there is hope! We have crocuses in our garden!

    Just loved the picture of the little cardinal!

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  11. A winter wonderland! It's nice of you to make sure the birdies have food to eat.

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  12. Hope you're all safe and toasty!

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