Winter Snow

We ended up having a small amount of snow and ice, about two and a half inches. The roads were bad about an inch or two of ice on them. I stayed home and shot a few pics around the house. Will try and get out today…

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6 Responses to Winter Snow

  1. Ellen Bunnell says:

    You got more snow than we did. Our heavy dusting turned to ice overnight and roads were bad yesterday/Sunday. I stayed in but my husband ventured out, very bundled and walk to church. He had to walk on grass as much as possible to avoid slipping. At 77 he doesn’t need to break a bone. I love the back yard birds. Beautiful pictures, and they help me to identify the birds at my seed table at times I’m not sure. But as always the shots of Eagles and larger birds like this Hawk are always ‘exciting’ to view.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen Bunnell,
      Our roads were a sheet of ice almost all day. Was crunchy and find walking on the grass. It was not a bad choice to stay in, so easy to slip and fall under those conditions. A food table will attract different birds they say I never had one. My Dad would throw peanuts in the shell on a trampoline and the bluejays would come in droves to get them. Thank You…

      • Ellen Bunnell says:

        Your comment about Dad and his peanuts on a trampoline, reminded me of an icier day last year. I threw out grapes, from my door. The sheet of ice over snow had the bluejays and others playing ice hockey as the grapes kept getting away from them and rolling away.

  2. We only got 7.5 inches here but it got cold. it was -5 F. this morning.
    I love your shots from around the house. You have lots of cute birds there!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Great on the less snow. -5 just too cold. Thank You. Actually we have been frozen over so little this winter several species that come to the feeder have not this year….

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