Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Wordless Wednesday 80: S'nowhere to sit


Taken December 20, 2012, following a two-day winter storm.





16 comments:

Julie Maloney said...

*shiver*

Mimi B said...

I miss the snow. I haven't seen any in about a month!

Brona Joy said...

A lovely cool relief to look at your pic after our record breaking temps in Sydney of 46C dregrees!!

Maree said...

Snow here in southern Georgia is rare, but I sure would love to have a little of it right now!

Lovely photo!

Donna said...

I thought we were cold. Brrrrr.

Beth F said...

Brrrrrr.

Jana said...

Ack! That there's a lot of snow. *shiver* And...is that a recliner?? What. The. Heck. lol

Heather said...

Julie: Indeed! And it's actually colder now than when this photo was taken.

Mimi B: I prefer to have snow if it's going to be cold, but not when you get almost two feet over 24 hours.

Heather said...

Brona Joy: Holy cow! I knew Australia had record highs this week, but 46C/115F is crazy. I guess after a high like that a bit of snow would be a nice relief.

Heather said...

Maree: Thank you. Did you see any snow out of that storm that crossed the south last week? I saw on the news that places that rarely even see a trace saw up to a half foot of snow in one day -- more than Chicago has seen this year!

Heather said...

Donna: We've been fluctuating between unusual highs in the 60s in December to unusual lows this week in the single digits, with below zero temps at night and below zero windchills even during the day.

Beth F: You can say that again, LOL.

Heather said...

Jana: ROFL... Yes, it is a lot of snow, and yes, it is a recliner. Someone had set it out at the curb for pickup the week of the blizzard (week of Dec 17), and I couldn't resist this photo after the storm passed. With so much snow to try and plow or remove, there was no pickup of large items for three weeks. They finally hauled it away Jan 7, but who knows what else is under curbside snow?

Jackie said...

Wow...now I remember why we moved south from Maine to retire! Oh my goodness....I am glad I don't have to shovel!:-)

Heather said...

Jackie: One of the benefits of apartment living is NOT having to shovel all that myself. I felt sorry for friends who did have to shovel, especially after the plows came through and left two foot wide and three foot high walls of snow at the end of driveways.

Linda said...

I don't think I'd want to sit there!

Linda
http://webcroft.blogspot.com

Heather said...

Linda: Would definitely have been a cold seat!