We had some pretty decent late snow storms this winter, and on one of the days, I tried my hand at catching the birds as they flew too and from the bird feeder. I was not as successful as I would have liked! Here are two that weren’t all together bad.
I lived most of my life in Arizona, where you can grow corn all winter long. Here in New Hampshire, this is what the corn looks like in January… This image was taken with me bending all the way down to the ground, the camera just a few inches above the snow.
They say that in 140 years of recorded history, there has not been more snow in the state of New Hampshire in the month of October. We took eight inches of snow, and while the phone company continues to deliver service in the face of every storm, the electric company is saying this will be […]
It’s a little warm in New Hampshire for snow chains, but that’s what these are. Picture a salad plate… that’s how large the two big rings on these chains are. I can only imagine what a set of snow chains like these cost! I took this photo on a piece of old logging equipment that […]
Two photos from April Fools’ Day 2011. The birch trees in the second photo are bowed down to the ground with the weight of the wet snow. Crazy weather!
It’s a long winter. Photo from the first days of “spring” in New England.
By the time we got done clearing the drive way and paths, plus dug out the mail box, I estimate we moved over seven tons of snow yesterday. Just a few photos from the day.
Here’s a photo of a dog from Tennessee – enjoying her first winter as she plays in the snow.
Troybilt 28 inch two stage snow thrower with electronic start and heated hand grips – for sale here. I’ve made a couple attempts to revive it, all to no avail.