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Welcome to Colorado, Terry!I'm way behind on your posts because of work, but I'm glad to see you made it.
Yikes! That's kind of what we're expecting in the early part of the week. We've got so little snow left, I'm not looking forward to its return - although it won't stay for long :)
Looking the exact same in Kansas except at least in Colorado you can see the mountains... come to think of it though, 3 of the 4 worst storms that hit us in the 14 years we were there arrived in March
GD- thanks. It won't be 'real' until we find a house, but we're doing OK in our rental.
Jemi - since we're planning to move to the mountains, it'll be more cold and snow, I'm sure.
Anon - coming from Florida, we LOVE looking out at mountains.
WOW. What a difference a few days can make.
Chicago likewise. 65 yesterday, 3 inches of snow and 35 today. I think we're supposed to credit this to El Nino (although it isn't uncommon this time of year anyway)
Ah, same thing here in the Midwest. Yesterday I had open-toed shoes on, and today I'm sloshing through the snow in boots.Happy Spring, y'all!
Pictures tell a thousand words, but they are lovely. So is snow, until you have to deal with it!I'm not too far away from Debra, and I'm sloshing along also.Morgan Mandelhttp://morganmandel.blogspot.com
Mason - for sureKarla - yes, hubby says it's because of El Nino. We had a 'real' winter in Florida.Debra, Morgan - I'll be learning to cope with the new lifestyle. Being snowed in means more time to read and write.
Oh my. That IS variable weather! Yeah, I'd be looking for a garage. :)Elizabeth
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