My scootin' life and awesome adventures riding the back roads of southern Ohio.
We got some of that :^)
Think you guys passed it over to us!
We had "sugar cookie" snow and now you have "marshmallow" snow...That must mean winter is starting out to be very sweet indeed! Wouldn't it be nice to have a perfect, excellent, wonderful winter? In all ways???
Saaaweeet! :=)I think it will be awesome!
Deb when you put it that way, it's not half as bad as I'm inclined to think it is.You got blessed with a very pretty snowfall.
I'm in Anchorage, Alaska and we don't have snow. Never seen a winter like this. It was 36 degrees yesterday in Anchorage. I've never seen this and I've lived here for almost 40 years. Good grief. Love the photos. It does look fairyland like...and snow always makes everything quiet...like a big blanket
So pretty. I always loved walking throughout he snow in the quiet of the day.Thanks for sharing.
I can honestly say that I don't miss the snow. However there is something magical about the first snowfall of the season, and I agree that the quiet is good for the soul. After that first snow however, you can keep it. :)
Pretty much will have to agree with you there!
I actually got the chance to ride through the marshmallow snow on my way back from the grocery store last Friday! My little red Metro and I scooted through fat falling snowflakes and it felt magical. (And thankfully I didn't have to go far to get home, and the roads weren't messy yet!)
What an awesome image, you and that little Met amid the snowflakes!Woo Wee!