It has been a wild week here in Oklahoma, a bunch
Nice snowy views, Alan. Especially like the second capture – so pretty.
Well, we made it through one ice storm and another one predicted for this week. I discovered am not good in suffering!! I read that the cause of the rolling blackouts in Texas were caused by the wind turbines (with pictures on the net) of the United Nations were frozen up in West Texas. Am wondering why in the world the United Nations have wind turbines there (since the Texans are known for not wanting interference of other places. Do you know or have any idea about this?
There are wind turbines in Antartica that don’t freeze up! Texas just isn’t prepared for cold weather.
I’m shorry Alan but you certainly don’t look too happy with endless snow. How about moving down to the Gulf Coast like you always dreamed?
Beautiful wintry photo ~ MA is predicted to get snow through tonight and Friday ~
Moment by moment,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
You have mor snow then me ;-))
It looks beautiful, and I think I would enjoy it (in small doses). I wouldn’t want to deal with snow and below freezing temps for an extended period. I hear shoveling snow off your driveway is excellent exercise!! 😉 Take care and stay warm.
Because I work with old people no doubt I’ll get a vaccine too at some point, gotta be careful really.
Alan – we have been monitoring the situation in Oklahoma and Texas – man, a mess! I am sure there will be plenty of Monday-morning quarterbacking about the grid and more. Hope you and the family are safe and warm.
So much snow, it must be shivering cold over there. It would be nice if you can send some of the snow to us and we send some of the sun to you. It is getting hotter here. Have you taken the 2nd vaccine dose?
Like many, I have family in Texas (they fared relatively well, compared to many others) plus I have enough experience with snow, living in New York State. The after studies of “what happened in Texas?” should be interesting. I did enjoy seeing someone else’s snow. Isn’t Florida calling to you just about now?
You have the coziest home ever!!! The fireplace and the awesome flooring. Also, so glad to see you got the vaccine. 🙂
Illinois had 18 inches of snow fall in one day. Then more gray days and inch by inch stacked up snow where a body wonders where can we put it? LOL! But we are used to snow, sleet, ice and below zero weather. I am sorry you have had it rough down in Oklahoma. I am glad you had the Covid-19 shot. Appointments are fully booked for vaccine here even for health care workers and folks in their 70s. Booked till April. I liked that the pooch is covered with a blanket. So adorable!
Living in Canada, I’m used to snow. Pretty in photos.
No snow for us here in Oregon, but no Covid vaccine either. Can we please have a perfect life?
It’s real pretty, from sunny southern Arizona.
B-r-r-r! Cold weather is especially cruel in southern states because they are not prepared for it. We get plenty of cold in Virginia so our power grid is fairly protected, but our roads are only half ready. People from northern states laugh at our drivers trying to navigate winter conditions. I maintain that our weather is treacherous because temperatures are above freezing most afternoons, melting snow so that water flows over the roads, only to turn into black ice at night.
We’ve had a little snow every day for five days. It clears off, then more comes. Finally dry again. The mountains got lots of snow, skiing is going to be crazy for a few weeks. Great pix of the white stuff.
Buena escenas de la nieve. El perro y el gato están bien caliente en el interior de la casa.
I would love to see all the snow in person but since I can’t I appreciate everyone sharing their snow photos. It’s beautiful but can be a pain to have to shovel it off walkways and driveways.
Stay warm and have a great week!
Nice snow captures, Alan. You beat Bob and I getting the vaccine. We still didn’t win the vaccine lottery here in CO!
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