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    Look what I woke up to this morning. Isn't it beautiful?
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    That is beautiful!!! Stay in and drink hot chocolate!! LOL

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    Love the snow covered tree branches - straight out of a Fairyland! Kind of an Ice-Queen feeling, but still.....great quilting weather!

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    having lived in Texas all my life I just can't imagine anything like that in real life. is that your clothes line? I'll sit on the deck and drink coffe while you go hang the laundry!LOL :shock:

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    Having spent part of my childhood in NH, the most appealing part of it is the guy on the snowplow!! As a kid I used to have to shovel it by hand. I just LOVE guys with tractors and plows!! :thumbup:

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    yes it is my clothes line. Sometimes we just shake the lines and hang clothes. Since I've gotten older I use the Dryer on bad days. LOL I love New England, never a dull moment with the weather. Of course I've never lived anywhere else.

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    Thanks for sharing!! I live in Florida and i love snow and don't get to experience it anymore although it is frigid here right now but no snow. It was 30 degrees here last night with alot of wind. Tonight it is supposed to be much colder. Don't have a furnace so am really cold.

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    That's my husband on his John Deere. Getting too old to shovel any more.

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    Will that tractor come my way for hire :wink:

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    Wish it could.

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    It's beautiful! I miss snow days, but not the driving/shoveling! LOL

    How's things in Norton? I used to live in Norton Glen many moons ago.

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    It is pretty. That sure is a lot of snow. Stay inside and have a good day sewing.

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    Great day to stay inside and sew.......

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    Beautiful, but I bet you're glad you're inside. Looks like a good day for quilting.

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    Beautiful! I love snow pictures :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toto's Mom
    Having spent part of my childhood in NH, the most appealing part of it is the guy on the snowplow!! As a kid I used to have to shovel it by hand. I just LOVE guys with tractors and plows!! :thumbup:
    I TOTALLY agree!! :thumbup: Could you send him over to my house next??? We only got about a foot, but the wind has redistributed it so many times that I feel I'm living in a perpetual whiteout!!

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    Thats the ONLY way I like snow.....in pictures....in Ky we have had the coldest December on record and I am so ready for Spring. We have also had far too much snow for my liking but, that happens with the first snowflake..lol :lol:

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    Definately pretty to look at!

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    I enjoy looking at pictures of snow when it is somewhere else!...we have plenty and I don't want anymore. We got 6+inches here on Christmas Day.

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    Gee, that looks like my house today LOL

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    Beautiful....But, I'm glad its you and not me...LOL

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    Brrrrrr!!!!!

    Um..... We had sunshine, blue blue skies and 69 degrees. Gorgeous day!!!

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    Yes, it is beautiful - to look at, but not live in anymore! I don't miss the Upstate NY winters at all! It was in the mid-70s here in Vail, AZ on Christmas Day - we sat on the patio and enjoyed the sunshine while dinner was in the oven. That's my idea of winter these days!

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    Oh boy. Brings back memories of our Denver days. Pretty but I prefer the ocean views here in SoCal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim's Gem
    Brrrrrr!!!!!

    Um..... We had sunshine, blue blue skies and 69 degrees. Gorgeous day!!!
    Please, please keep it up there .......do not want any blizzards. lived in snow years ago and it sure can be beautiful, a winter wonderland but not for daily commuters. ugh.

    It has only been 'winter' for a week. What will you have for the rest of the season? Stay safe and warm.

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