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Survivors (photo heavy)

Posted by triple_creek z5 (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 28, 11 at 21:00

After six inches of snow on Sat, things looked like this, this monday morning.

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RE: Survivors (photo heavy)

Holey moley! Spring is there!!!! WOW!!!!


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RE: Survivors (photo heavy)

At least Kathy is not alone now in seeing Spring!

That 6" of snow must've been painful to watch knowing what was out there in the garden ;) At least it melts quickly at this time of year.

Saucy


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RE: Survivors (photo heavy)

It can't be far off for me, Norma! What a pretty sight you yard must be.

I particularly like the shot of Nikki and Rebel, it has a very familiar look it. :)

There has been some talk about rain/snow/nothing for Friday. It will all depend on how the storm system tracks. I'm hoping for nothing, but even it turns out to be snow it will be pretty and as Saucy pointed out, it won't last long.


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RE: Survivors (photo heavy)

Spring is certainly showing itself at your place despite the snow. I think I can smell those hyacinths.


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RE: Survivors (photo heavy)

Lovely. If I took pictures of several of my neighbours yards, plus mine I'd probably get to such an impressive amount of spring.

Yeona


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RE: Survivors (photo heavy)

Those survivors did just grand, Norma -- they've conquered the snow - and I can hope Spring is really arriving to stay in your area now.

Thanks for giving us all a shot in the arm to feel Spring may come to the rest of us as well, LOL.

-cindy


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