November 17, 2007

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Winter begins

Last February, the snow was so deep in my backyard that I couldn't find one of the picnic tables. This morning, I took a photo of the two picnic tables so that later this winter, I'll know just where to find them.

12 comments:

YourFireAnt said...

Oh sure. The snow that covers them up will look different than it did last winter.


FA

Bet you can't find them again, come February.

cheesehead said...

Sometimes I feel bad about calling my state "Snow Belt". Like, today.

I'm glad, though, that we don't have white stuff yet.

Cathy said...

why is it important to know where they are? Are you going to have a picnic or something?

we always know where our picnic tables are.

historyprof0 said...

They'll be in the backyard, right?

KLee said...

Man -- snow. something we don't get here in the tropics.

Smart idea, taking the pic now, so you won't stumble over the tables later. Your boys will just build them up into snowboarding ramps or something...

Songbird said...

I don't even *have* a picnic table. And the snow here has yet to cover the swing set.

BrightStar said...

No snow here yet... still autumn. Beautiful photo... love the sky.

Danny said...

Maybe I should go take some pictures in my backyard. Not that we get any snow here in the Sacramento Valley; but the fog that is forming outside even as I type these words could make things challenging.

Kyla said...

Snow! Can I come play in your yard?

BeachMama said...

Wow, can't believe you guys got snow already. And quite a bit too! I guess I should just accept that it is on the way here too.

As always, love your photos.

ScienceWoman said...

Snow already! The leaves are finally changing color down here.

But how do you know that the picnic tables won't move at some point during the winter. If I were one of your kids (or an extra), I think I'd move a table just to throw you off!

Silver Creek Mom said...

It's suppose to slush here tonight. You know that miserable wet snow you get. We used to be the snow capital of the world ...Not any more. Hope we do get some though.