Let there be light (snow winter mountains water ). Photo by DCsmommy
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Let there be light

Uploaded by: DCsmommy

Saturday February 16, 2013

Missoula, MT (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: along the Clark Fork River

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2. DCsmommy
4:03 PM GMT on February 17, 2013
Last year there were "ice lillies" floating down the river and I was really looking forward to the same this year...guess the temps never got cold enough. Thanks for commenting.
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1. scfp
7:06 AM GMT on February 17, 2013
I'm surprised the river isn't icy . . . isn't the normally the case in Montana during February?

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