Leaves one SPEECHLESS!
I took that photo on Monday afternoon when I was out doing errands. 🙂
It is amazing really. And as it melts the sidewalk turns to a pond. The water is going to be trapped on both sides.
I was out last week to a rural area and the fields were flooded and the snowmelt was running in the road. Then it froze. Rural and not salted. CREEPED thru at 2 mph to get past the lake on the road. Amazed anybody can even get in the gas station. I guess I would pray for a SLOW melt; but I know you want to see it GONE!
Yes, we go from snow to mud with interspersed ice which isn’t a good thing. 🙂 It is going to be 50 degrees today and then back to normal but we’ll take the drip, drip, drip today with a smile.
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looks like one of our typical winters 🙂 snowless now though in Helsinki. others parts further north still quite white..
Maybe your snow will melt by June? 😂😢😩
LOL Yes, if it is gone by Memorial Day we’ll feel good. 🙂
Ugh! Wordless, Indeed! Great shot, gloomy aspect ….. Speaks volumes. 🙂
(…. The forecast is for another 30cm this weekend here….. Nooooooo! ….)
These feet of snow that surrounds us is to ugly looking you can hardly stand it. And, I’ll echo your Noooooo from here too. Here’s hoping they are wrong, wrong, wrong. 🙂 It is sunny here today, I went out for a long walk, AND I saw two trees with buds. Wahoo!
Yikes!!! And I’ve been complaining about our slush. Sheez!
A lot of melting went on today! : )
Yes, and we’re smiling about that for sure. 🙂
While that is a great shot that is not a pretty picture!
Yes, how do you spell UGLY.
It’s the same around here, only 1/4 the depth of that. March is always so ugly with that dirty snow along every road. Yuck!
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The piles are slowly shrinking, thankfully.
YES – especially out in the yard where it is not piled quite so deep. I can actually see a few plants now. 🙂
The plowed piles are still taller than I am but I can start to see the tops of the rock walls. The orchard still has snow up to me knees so no pruning anytime soon.
Winters in New England…I still get the goose bumps!
Wow, and I thought we had tough winters. I take my hat off to you.
Not quite so dramatic here…but still…snow in March is not fun. I live in NJ. We’ve had a bad winter too!
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