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Thread: Colorado Winter Pictures

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    Wow! I didn't realize you've gotten so much!! It was on our news earlier, but I didn't catch the inches!!

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    BEAUTIFUL! Do you feel like you live in a Christmas Card????? :mrgreen:

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    Wow, that is a lot of snow. It looks so pretty. Beautiful dog too.

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    I love snow too bad we do not get much here in the south. Maybe one or two snows a year and they are all gone by the next day. :mrgreen:

    Like your pup my 4 dogs (a Chihuahua, Irish Setter, and 2 Poms) love the snow and can not get enough of it!!

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    Keep it I don't want it except at Christmas but they sure are pretty.

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    Good Day to you. Thank you for sharing your Colorado winter pics. I lived there for many yrs and I miss it.

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    I live at one of the higher elevations in Portland. Our winter is defintely on the way and my home will probably look like this sooner or later. Hard to know how to feel about it sometimes. It is so beautiful, but if you need to go somewhere, what a bummer to have to drive in it.

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    Billy, the picture of your red setter made me laugh. Great shots of all three of them!

    Loretta, here in Lakewood I measured 15 inches using my trusty yardstick. I work in Golden, which is at the base of the foothills, and someone said they got 18 inches. In Conifer, which is by Evergreen in the mountains, they came in at over 30 inches.

    I just came in from shoveling. Oh, my poor, poor body.

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    Snow is beautiful if you can look at it through a window from a cosy room, but NOT if you have to travel in the stuff or shovel it! :lol:

    Tosha looks like she's having fun - does she catch snowballs? Dougal does and looks surprised every time that they break up! :D Stupid dog! :lol:

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    Oh gosh--I really don't want it to come this way...I'd like Fall to relax and settle in for the long haul--as in make a new record for longest season. I really don't feel like digging paths for the you-know-whos in the barn. :shock: :? :roll:

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