Saturday, February 15, 2014

Red and White

Well, unless you make your living plowing driveways in the winter, this is a scene that most residents have now had enough of until December of this year. Believe it or not, after  ridding my driveway of about 8 inches Thursday night, another 6- 10 is heading its way.
If it doesn't stop, this crap could be here in June.
Enough already!
I'm crying uncle!
Let me check my reservation for Florida again.

24 comments:

  1. A winter wonderland, Birdman, a winter wonderland. Try to think of it as Disney in Maine. :-)

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    1. I've been to Disney.......with all due respect Rev, it ain't no Disney.

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  2. we got record breaking snow on wed/thursday...so much fun!! i can see how it would get annoying though!

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  3. that's a pretty scene (from here!)

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  4. This is a beautiful picture, but I guess it would get very old after awhile. As for your Florida reservation, come on down anytime! We love tourists. They keep us from having to pay state income tax.

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  5. A nice winter's photograph. I think, however, that y'all doth protest too much. I mean, really, you do live in Maine! :)

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  6. Lovely colors in this wintery photo, but I think it's time we all went to visit Lowell and get a break from the snow and cold. How's that Florida trip shaping up?

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  7. Oh my! I cannot imagine! So far where I live only the mountains have received snow. It is fickle out here. Thank goodness. MB

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  8. I love your gorgeous snow photos as long as I can look at them from my house in Arizona.

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  9. That's an eye-popping red through the white veil of snow . . . we've got more crystals coming as well!

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  10. Your picture makes it so beautiful and magic that we can't nothing but envy you!

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  11. That's a beauty of a shot, Birdman, but I agree with you - enough is enough!

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  12. I don't think I could deal with all of that snow, on a continual basis. It does make for a great picture, though.

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  13. Having to snow plow and/or shovel kind of takes the magic out of it... I like real snow, it's the ice I don't love...Right now in Midcoast, there's a beautiful snow falling...OUTDOORS!

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  14. it is getting tedious, isn't it altho it makes for lovely photos! Too bad you cannot share it with New Mexico which really needs the moisture.

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  15. Time to get the heck out of Dodge would be my response to even more snow. Take care.

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  16. Beautifully exhausting. It will bring tall grass and have us whimpering in June.

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  17. From the comfort of within (the house), it's a beautiful scene, that red and pure, clean, fluffy white. . . but getting around in it is another story, yep. . .

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