Monday, December 09, 2013

First Snow

We had our first significant snow of the season yesterday. When the snowfall really got going and had gotten deep enough to hide the grass I went walking downtown to get pictures of the town decorated for Christmas and sporting a new white cloak. Overnight and this morning we had freezing rain, and then the temps rose into the 30s, so now there's not much of this snow left. There may be a couple of inches coming along tomorrow. Fingers crossed!

The view out the kitchen window
Branch Creek at King St.
A Federal-style house on East King St.
The Lollipop Shop on East King St.
McLean House all gussied up for the holidays
A nice hot bowl of kale and lentil soup to top off a day out in the cold
© 2013 by A. Roy Hilbinger


  1. omg...that soup looks so good that I forgot what I was going to say about the snow! ;) haha.

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