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Quick Snow

For the second time this winter we had snow on the ground. We haven’t had measurable snow for the last three winters so twice in the same winter is very exciting for us southerners. Unfortunately Carter has yet to build his snow man as neither snow yielded enough for him to scrape together three big balls of snow. Today’s snow actually came overnight, but it had completely melted by noon. Thus, not only was there not enough snow for a snowman, it melted in less time than it took to accumulate on the ground. Regardless, the snow was pretty for a few short hours this morning.

the early morning view was pretty

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Chance and Convey were unimpressed with the moonlit morning snow and just wanted to be fed

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another very early morning view

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MyLight and Lily

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Dolly

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Norman and Traveller

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River

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another pretty morning view; that’s Ewen trotting along the driveway

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my favorite tree at 7am

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my favorite tree at 9am

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my favorite tree by noon

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Digby and Blu being silly while waiting for breakfast

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Hesse and Remmy watching me while the sun was rising

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Silver

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Cocomo and Gus

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Faune

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Digby, Paramount and Nemo

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Merlin, Duesy and Fabrizzio

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Oskar and Rubrico

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Walden and Havana (and Hesse)

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Donovan and Ripley

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