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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Friday, January 22, 2010

Let it snow

10am
Yesterday it poured with very heavy winds. Today it snowed on and off all day and dropped a little more than 2 inches.
5pm
More is predicted to fall over night and into tomorrow. Sure glad I don’t have to go anywhere.

19 comments:

Sylvia K said...

The weather has been wild the past couple of years! Last year we had 13 inches of snow and the coldest winter in 30 years. This year it's gray and rainy a lot, but the temps are really mild! Have a great weekend, Gaelyn, stay warm!

Sylvia

Carolyn Ford said...

It's Friday night just about 9 p.m. and the rain has stopped for the time being anyway. You are getting what moves east from where we are. I can actually see the moon right now...boy, were we dumped on in so. California!

Martha Z said...

I'm glad I no longer have to drive in the snow. I got pretty good at it when I commuted from Bishop to Mammoth but now I'm a flatlander again.
Nice you can stay home and enjoy looking at it.

Jo said...

Brrr, Gaelyn;) you keep warm now. I'm glad you don't have venture out in that. How are the doves doing? (((Hugs))) Jo

Small City Scenes said...

Strange weather, eh. We are having such mild weather fr January. In the 50sF and yesterday it was 60F. January is usually our coldest month. And you are having snow. Hmmmmm!! MB

dowhatyoulove said...

Ok, I really think the winter gods are confused this year! You are down in Arizona, its snowing. I am in NW Washington, and it was beautifully sunny, and in the 50's. Maybe this is the begining of "2012"? =)

Arija said...

Sorry I have not commented much lately. The extreme heat has been doing strange things to me. It does not mean I do not visit, I just hover and enjoy. I just find it hard to think with water on the brain.

I love the snow cover and all your other posts as well.

Dale Forbes said...

yippee! snow!

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

I suppose that snow made some creatures who live around you wonder what was going on.

Diane AZ said...

Very pretty, and the snow looks so magical while falling! The valley of Tucson had a possibility of snow last night, but only got more rain.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Stay warm!

Barb said...

Next thing you'll have enough to x-ski, Gaelyn! Keep cozy.

Janie said...

That sounds like a lot of snow for Arizona. Hope your heater is working well.

Natural Moments said...

Are you guys getting a more colder and more weather variable winter than normal Gaelyn.

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

Very unusual weather for where you are, I'd say. Yes? Stay dry and warm! Hope the doves are doing well!

Rambling Woods said...

The rain that freezes with winds and then snow is a bad mixture..stay warm and safe...

Brit Gal Sarah said...

I love snow, but it can be a pain too lol! Stay warm.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Gaelyn: That is amazing, I didn't know you even got snow. Will it be go in a few days?

RuthieJ said...

Yikes Gaelyn! This has sure been a winter of unusual weather for everyone!

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