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Baby, it's still cold outside...

dark illya
It snowed all night and every once in a while there was some ice mixed into it.  It's still snowing, the roads aren't clear and all of the schools and some businesses (the ones with sensible people in charge) are closed.  The brick parsonage across the street looks good in white accessories, but most of our little white houses are just fading into the snowscape.
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Up the back part of the property is the infamous drive.  The car is not parked there this time.

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jkkitty
Mar. 3rd, 2014 03:39 pm (UTC)
Gee if I didn't know better I would think you were taking pictures here. Hope all is well with you and yours. Glad the car isn't there now.
bluemeanybeany
Mar. 3rd, 2014 04:10 pm (UTC)
good lord it looks like Christmas.

We've definitely got Easter weather now, all the trees on our road have blossomed and it's going from sunny to heavy showers in a cycle of minutes. A squirrel also tried to eat my coat sleeve, and they only really do that in spring.
avery11
Mar. 3rd, 2014 04:36 pm (UTC)
It's been a horrid winter for so many of our cousins, and it's gone on for far too long. Still, I can't help but admire the beauty of the street scene in your photo. Thanks for sharing.
svetlanacat4
Mar. 3rd, 2014 05:00 pm (UTC)
OMG... Would be a nice Christmas lanscape but... March... (I went to the garden center today and bought pansies, primroses...) It's a so strange weather!
Stay safe!
sutherwinds
Mar. 3rd, 2014 05:36 pm (UTC)
Beautiful pictures. I can say that because I could never see something like this happening in my country. Here is sunny and warm most of the year. I'm rooting for early showers. We need water. In the meantime, I enjoy those white landscapes of Kentucky.
glennagirl
Mar. 3rd, 2014 08:51 pm (UTC)
It's stopped snowing, sun is out but it is cold. My car is that little blob in the bottom right of the first picture. I don't think I'll be going anywhere tomorrow either.
eilidhsd
Mar. 3rd, 2014 08:56 pm (UTC)
It is very picturesque - if you don't have to go somewhere. No wonder your car was stuck last time!
akane42me
Mar. 3rd, 2014 10:36 pm (UTC)
It looks so pretty! As long as you can enjoy it from a snuggly warm place and not have to shovel it or worry about the car getting stuck! So.. that's the evil driveway... *shakes ice scraper at it in menacing fashion*
Fingers crossed that Kentucky starts greening up soon.
the_wretching
Mar. 3rd, 2014 11:39 pm (UTC)
Lovely photos.

But I can feel your frustration. That looks like where I am --and I'm at least used to it looking like that most of the time -- sure is getting old though.
nsandik
Mar. 4th, 2014 02:32 am (UTC)
I feel for all the cousins having a very long, cold, snowy winter. Although we have had snow here as well, Reno is in a rain shadow. The vast majority of our precipitation (which blows in from California, and I do mean BLOW... we get wind gusts in the 50 to 80 mph range)...where was I? Oh, yes. Most of the precip, be it rain or snow, beats itself to death on the west side of the Sierras or up on top (Lake Tahoe, Truckee). By the time it gets to us, it has already begun to wane. Usually. We have had winters like the one y'all are having this year, but since we're on the West Coast (sort of), the Weather Channel never reports on it. LOL!
lgvu
Mar. 5th, 2014 12:55 am (UTC)
I am completely, utterly, fantastically and depressingly fed up with snow, winter, cold, icicles, road salt ruining my shoes, scrapping car windows, huge mounds of snow blocking my view while making right turns, shivering in bed, shivering in the car, the furnace running, the high gas bills, the lack of spring flowers, the lack of grass, standing in the cold with the kids waiting for the school bus.... I could go on.
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