Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Round 10


Woke up this morning to this:


I am actually getting used to having snow everywhere.
It was our 10th snow storm this year.
But it is April in Nova Scotia,
and we all know that this is nothing more than frozen water vapour 
which will not last very long.
Right?!



25 comments:

  1. Really? Another snow storm? So much for spring setting in! Surely this will be the last one?

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    1. All the forecasts say that this was the last big one. Supposed to go up to double digits this weekend!!
      then all will be forgotten. lol

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  2. It looks beautiful, but I am glad it is on the other side of the ocean to me! We have barely had a couple of snow flurries all winter that melted in a few hours.

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    1. Oh that Gulf Stream really gives the UK milder weather, Frances.
      I must say it is beautiful after a snowfall.

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  3. Hmmm!! and how many rounds in a boxing match? Nothing compared to your storms this winter ( Well, your winter that is). Here we have rain, and rain, and more rain, metservice forecast is until 17th April, at least, with some rain or showers every day. What a good time to sit with a good book and a cup of coffee.

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    1. I believe there are 10 rounds, Jean. So, we must be done with it all!
      All that rain coming your way.......don't get moldy/rusty!! lol
      Seems like you have a good plan to cope with it all.

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  4. i might have to move to nova scotia!

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    1. Joyce, are you really sure about that?!!

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  5. Well, at least it looks really pretty and makes for a beautiful photograph!

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    1. That it does, Martha. Actually I would take cool air over hot/humid air any day.

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  6. I'm going to show these photos to San Geraldo today. He's complaining about our "cyclonic" winds and rough surf. At least it's not snowing!

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    1. I suppose it is all relative, Mitchell. Only difference is that I am not really complaining about the snow and cold.....I kind of like it.....very fresh all the time!
      I know, I know......I need HELP!! lol

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  7. oh no more snow? I would be so bummed--it is lovely but I would say enough is enough-I could never live with all that snow again coming so late in the year-

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    1. Fraid so , Kathy! This is not late for snow here but this winter was very unusual as to the total amount that came down.

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  8. This is absolutely incredible.... It is almost mid april. Bet you are ready for summer

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    1. Incredible? Yes. It's been a while since (a decade) we had this much snow.
      I must say I am ready to see the green of the garden again, Jeanne.

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  9. oh wow Jim it's going out with a priceless bang, you could sell this photo for so much, oh it's sensational, I'd put up with another storm If I lived under you conditions, because, the photo oh my priceless

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    1. LOL! I sure is going out with a ROAR!!
      There is something magical, as you know, about freshly laden snow.

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    1. Me thinks it's over, Debra. You can just tell these things!

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  11. Now this is a winter to remember! Why stop at ten, Jim? Go for eleven!!! LOL Loved your photo of the prayer flags in the snow on FB this morning. I was sorry to hear about your B-I-L. Cancer is such a terrible killer. My heart goes out to you and your extended family. And my prayers! Take care!

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    1. Thanks Louise for this. It is a trying time for my family. Ron and I went to see Ken, my BIL, today. He has declined since Saturday when I saw him. He is in very good hands with the medical staff and we are all wishing he will not suffer.
      We will not forget this winter of 2015!!

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    2. No suffering is MERCY! I'm glad that he is in competent hands with a loving family by his side!

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  12. Oh my! Winter does not want to leave Nova Scotia.

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  13. Nova Scotia certainly has been blessed by snow! But guess what? It is snowing right now in Pincourt, Qc!!!

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