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Winter Wonderland

Two days ago there was an unusual winter storm with a very heavy snow. The snowfall began as darkness fell, so we didn't see the results until morning. We awoke to an enchanted winter wonderland, something out of Swan Lake. Every little branch had 1-2 inches of snow on it, looking whiter and frostier than a typical snowfall. We went snowshoeing through the conservation land in back. Here are some photos:





Definitely a morning to remember during the dog days of July!

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  1. Wow...It looks prettier when it's someone else's snow:)
    We lucked out and only got about an inch and most of that melted today. It's going to be in the 50's this week.Yeah!!

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  2. When there is snow around the world looks like a fairytail. Beautiful vieuws.
    Have a nice week
    Marijke

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  3. Thank you both. Wishing you a good week as well.

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  4. Such beautiful photos! We got snow too and it went away quickly.

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  5. Wow! that is so pretty!

    My blog is http://www.brittanysworld-adopt.blogspot.com/. I'd love it if you wanted to follow me.

    Thanks!
    Brittany

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