Path to my door, (cold+snap snow winter ). Photo by Glaswegian
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Path to my door,

Uploaded by: Glaswegian

Tuesday February 4, 2014


Caption: through the February snow wanes on a cold afternoon

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6. Glaswegian
8:29 PM GMT on February 07, 2014
Thanks Shirley! We haven't had much snow in the last several days, and not much is forecast; however, I think we have enough to last a while!
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5. WeatherWise
3:40 AM GMT on February 06, 2014
Great snow photo! WOW! It is really piling up and looks a bit slippery. Be careful! I think Duane and John are joking with you. I can recall big piles of snow like that when I first moved to VA. Snowed every Thursday and time we got dug out it would snow again. Our weather has really changed over the years.
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4. Glaswegian
10:23 PM GMT on February 05, 2014
No John, that's the way the snow looked when I shoveled it from the path; the roof cleans itself with slides (right at my back door)!
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3. Glaswegian
10:22 PM GMT on February 05, 2014
Sorry Duane; I meant "WANES,"a Scots word for "rows." However, I see what you mean.
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2. papajuan
12:55 AM GMT on February 05, 2014
I'm with Duane on this one.
Did you scrape the snow off of the roof to get those piles along the walkway?
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1. RenoSoHill
9:42 PM GMT on February 04, 2014
You must live right - to have the snow storm split just for your walkway. Kind of like the parting of the sea....
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