We too had snow here in Dewey. It was very welcomed since we had no snow last winter. Yesterday we had 3" before nightfall and then another 3" before midnight. Here are some image I took this morning. I took them before it got too light and before the sun started poking through because I think the low density light, along with some fog, makes things look more mysterious, to me anyway. There should be more snow on my 1964 Mercury Comet but yesterday I brushed off 3" of snow before we had another 3" last night. If you cannot view these, let me know. I copied a folder of these images to the web space my IP provided and this is the first time I have tried it. http://users.commspeed.net/stanlep/For%20Web/ Stan On 1/1/2015 4:00 AM, stevecoe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > Howdy all; > > I drove into the big city on Tuesday to have lunch with Bill Anderson > and AJ Crayon. The first thing they said to me was "are you prepared > for snow?". I said, "no, it has been nice and warm, I don't think I > will get any snow, maybe some rain". Boy was I wrong. > > It snowed for about 5 or 6 hours and it was cold enough to have it stick > for over a day after that. Ya know how it is--pretty to look at and > miserable to walk through. Fortunately, I had just topped off the > propane tank and there was some good football and a Dr. Who marathon on > TV. So, I have been comfortable and entertained. > > While I have the calendar right next to the computer. I am planning on > getting to the Antennas site on Tuesday, Jan. 13 and pulling out on the > next Wednesday, Jan. 21. Assuming the clouds will not dump more snow. > > I hope to see you there, dress warm; > Steve Coe > -- > See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please > send personal replies to the author, not the list. > > > > > -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.