Sunday, January 17, 2021

Some People Like Snow

I've got plenty to show. I got way more snow than suggested yesterday. There may be another dusting tonight.














It's winter.














There has been some major progress happening in the Turnip Fields.














And there is a loose starving hound about. In the snow. In the cold. In the winter. It ran off when I got close. I have to catch me a dog. With food of course.














The variegated Yucca filamentosa have been making green babies. There looks to be some genetic variability in them. You never know what may come up.














It's winter.














With snow.


6 comments:

Unknown said...

Greetings Christopher: Your snow makes the surrounding woods look so peaceful. The other day we got 59 seconds of falling snow. If I hadn't been looking out the window, I'd have missed it. In fact, the day went like this: fog, sun, dark clouds, snow, sleet, sun, dark ominous clouds followed by 43 seconds of snow and then a sunset. All that was missing was hail. Have a lovely day, Gypsy

Christopher C. NC said...

I get weather like that.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Yes, tis winter. A lot of that white stuff flying around here too but it isn't lasting long. The temperature is a rollercoaster ride.

Christopher C. NC said...

Lisa, it has been a while since snow has lasted this long. That may be a good thing since it keeps me home alone and away from the plague.

Unknown said...

Good Morning Christopher: Inauguration Day is the first of 10 consecutive palindrome dates; how awesome is that since it won't happen again for 1000 years. Lets hope that is a portend of things to come (in a positive way, of course). Gypsy

Christopher C. NC said...

I had to play with the date format to find the palindrome. Ten days of mathematical order after five years of rabid chaos can be seen as a very good sign.