No, not really. But I do see pussy willows made of snow!
I think I see one, but not two!
PPB: See, that's it. The snow is about as deep as the picnic tables. One of the picnic tables has snow piled on top of it, so I can see where it is. But the other one? I know it is out there, but I can't see it ....It's funny to be missing a whole picnic table. I guess it will turn up when the snow melts.
Good god, that's a lot of snow! I see one. Do you have any idea of the general location of the other?
Guess we're not having a picnic at your this week?
at your house... I totally forgot to put in that word!
I think the other one should be right in the middle of the photo, to the left of the one you can see. At least, that is where it was before the snow began falling.Unless the kids moved it. Maybe it's under the snow ramp they are building out in front. That kind of thing has happened before -- the snow melts and I find all kinds of missing things.Or perhaps it is just in a windy spot, so the snow got blown off the top and so it's just level with the snow in the yard. Or maybe the kids cleared the top off during the storm.See, when you have an injured knee, you can spend a lot of time staring out the window speculating about these things.
Leslee: Oh, it's fine for picnics. Just bring snowshoes.
I only saw one, too! I'm jealous of all that gorgeous snow!
Is one turned over on top of the other maybe?
I only found one also! Wow, you guys really caught up for lost time in the snow department. We definately got a little bit, but nothing compared to you. It is a beautiful photo though.
Linda: They are big picnic tables, with benches attached. I think if one was on top of the other, we'd at least see some of the legs sticking out -- the snow is deep, but it's not eight feet deep.I asked Shaggy Hair Boy, and he says both picnic tables are in the photo. He says they are right next to each other, but one got cleared off, while the other has a pile of snow on top of it.
That is simply an astounding amount of snow.
Ha, that's a fun one. I can identify one, on the right side of the picture, or maybe there are two together. (I haven't read the comments yet)
And in my back yard, can you find the trampoline? Can you find the swing? Can you find the back steps?
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