Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Oh my goodness! So much snow, so late. It does look beautiful, though.Spring has finally arrived here, forecast for today is 60°F.
For the view I prefer the 'snow like one thing" and for the everyday life the "rain for one thing!"
Well, you've certainly made the best of it, Vicki.
yep...we got about 3 inches...love how it makes the mountains look all cookies and cream......lovely shots vicki
The snow will probably be gone soon -- it's suppose to warm up by the weekend.
At least you got coverage...I'm so full of whining about the snow drought here it's pitiful. Glad to see the beautiful pictures you can share with me!
The good news is that these late winter snows never last very long (says this blogger as she looks out her window at snow from 2 weeks ago)
Oh yeah. Like one thing.
It sure did. :-) Tammy
So pretty! I have been longing for at least one good "real" snow this year, but all we've had is these little dustings and lots of ice. Thanks for sharing your snow with us - at least this reminds me what it looks like! :)
All we've seen is a very light dusting last week. Beautiful pictures, Vickie, as usual.Lynne in GA
Wonderful photos ... especially enjoy the 'b&w' in the middle, and the one below it contrasting the b&w outside but the gorgeous green, blue and brown inside...neat!
The snow creates such beauty. My dad used this phrase too 'like one thing'. It's very apt for the snow scenes, for they create such a sense of unity.
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