Frnds4Play 54M/64F
2686 posts
3/12/2006 8:00 am

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3/13/2006 7:21 am


We woke up to snow this morning. Not much, a couple of inches at the most in the lower parts of Kingman.

It started last night, around 10ish I would think. I didn't notice it until I was going to bed around 11:30, I looked outside my window and could see what looked like fog across the street, since we don't get fog I was intrigued, so I opened my back door to look out on the first layer of snow falling. I wanted to grab my camera right then and their and take a couple of photos of the falling snow, but I reasoned that it would not come out very well, being dark even with a porch light, so I didn't.

I snuggled under the covers on my bed to the sound of absolute quiet and loved it and woke up to the same. Quiet. No birds, no rooster, no cars, just the quiet that only small amounts of snow can bring. It was beautiful, so I grabbed my camera after getting dressed and shot out the door to take my first snow pictures with my new digital camera. I was out about 10 min., when I needed to get back indoors. Cold. It was worth it though. For me, a person raised near the ocean in CA who rarely saw snow.

Snow makes me happy. So does rain, but snow is special as long as I don't have to drive in it.

Take care every one, and please try to look on my snow experiences with a childs eye.


rm_titsandtires 53M/42F
3656 posts
3/12/2006 1:17 pm

we had snow this last week, too. the latest (on calendar) i can ever remember it falling in portland. just flurries, really, but snowfall all the smae. i like it, but miss "real" snow fall, like when i was younger growing up in missouri.


warmandsexy52 65M
13164 posts
3/12/2006 11:10 pm

Oh wow! I would have loved to have seen snow on the peaks around Flagstaff a month ago. We've had hardly any in London this winter, although further north and in Scotland's there's plenty at the moment.

warm xx

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