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Old Mar 18, 2011, 1:29 PM   #1
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Not here, there isn't. We thought we had turned the corner, but the last 24 hours turned bare ground into a winter wonderland. It's making for a great ski season and olympic level shoveling. Six shot panorama from the front porch.
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Old Mar 18, 2011, 2:32 PM   #2
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Not here, there isn't. We thought we had turned the corner, but the last 24 hours turned bare ground into a winter wonderland. It's making for a great ski season and olympic level shoveling. Six shot panorama from the front porch.
Same here, I went to the capital a couple of days ago, then we had 6 degrees and sunny "warm" skyes, almost no snow left....now I came home and there are 3cm snow everywhere...*sigh*
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Not here, there isn't. We thought we had turned the corner, but the last 24 hours turned bare ground into a winter wonderland. It's making for a great ski season and olympic level shoveling. Six shot panorama from the front porch.
If it was December 18th instead of March 18th all that snow might be a bit more tolerable . We've had a decent stretch of milder weather and the huge snow piles in parking lots are now down to snow that fell in January.

Despite the date it is a nice capture.

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Pretty as a picture! Unfortunately, I have a relative trying to drive I-80 from San Francisco to Salt Lake right now and Donner Pass is closed! They are NOT happy as the only way around is hundreds of extra miles.
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We just got power back on. They cancelled races at the ski park as the power was out. More to come through the week.
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Beautiful!..being Canuckian I love winter shots..such beauty in nature..no matter what the season..
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Spectacular picture - all we are getting from that system is a little rain, but tomorrow will be a real drenching and Harriet gets the mountain snow again.
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Trees, I fondly remember trees! Great panorama.
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We've had some snow showers, a bit of sleet and light rain off and on all day. Right now there's some clear sky. Its hard to believe in the big storm that's supposed to be moving in tonight.
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Indeed a lovely shot of your winter wonderland!

(I won't make you feel bad by telling you about our sunny day with temperatures in the upper 60's)
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