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Now that's some crazy icicles!
I sure wouldn't suggest lying down under them. Are they melting today?
I agree! Some of them are now reaching the snow bank under them. It's supposed to warm up this week (30s-40s) and so they will start melting. However, right now it is 3 degrees feeling like -11. I know that it's almost over - and it has been beautiful. Now the big worry is flooding! LOL I'll look back at these pictures this summer and pine for the cool.
Wow! I'm impressed!
Hi Ilva! At the icecycles, or my photography? LOL I think I need a better camera - one where I can add lenses to so that I can get those amazing close-ups like you. Thanks for stopping by!
I can't wait to see some green, how about you Sally :)?Looks like you have lots of snow to melt as well.
Hi I.G.W.! You got that right. We have over 4' of snow to melt first. Then the mud to dry up. I hope I won't have to "mud-in" my garden this year!
Thank you for stopping by my blog, Sally, and for your kind words. I'm looking at all the snowy photos of yours and thinking it's eight years since we had a fall of snow as heavy as yours. I was a teacher and we had three blissful days off school because of the 15 foot wall of snow in the playground. JCBs were sent in to upload it. It was like walking through an iceberg. But I can detect from your writing that it hasn't daunted your spirits which is good. Our temperatures are 2/4 during the day just now, so not that warm, but no snow...yet!
The last time we had a heavy fall of snow was eight years ago, Sally. I was a teacher and we had three days off work. When we went back they had JCBs uploading the wall of snow which was fifteen foot high...it was like walking through an iceberg! Thank you for your kind comments on my blog.
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