The Snow…

Hello everyone! I hope this post finds you well. We had more snow yesterday which didn’t impress me that much. It was 21° F when I took these photos at about 11:30 AM but it is supposed to warm up to 32 by the afternoon.

That’s the forecast through Sunday…



The Junco’s and several sparrows were enjoying the birdseed on the ground.


While a female Cardinal and a sparrow were at the feeder. I put the feeder in the tree in the front yard to I can watch them from my bedroom window. They are always very alert and seem to spend more time flying off than eating. They are more content feeding in the back yard but I haven’t set up the trough feeder yet.

That’s all I have to say at the moment. The snow kind of leaves me at a loss for words…

Take care, be safe and stay positive!

15 comments on “The Snow…

  1. Jim R says:

    About 50˚ by Sunday…good.


  2. Wow! And up here we don’t have any.


  3. debbie lansdown says:

    Hi Rooster
    Please try and enjoy your beautiful snow! I’m so jealous- I know it makes life somewhat tough & risky but we are in a period of prolonged rain here in Southern England – tho there has been a dusting in Scotland – it goes on & on. One of my customers gardens which is on clay in under 6ins of water permanently at the bottom.
    I also have bird feeders outside the bedroom window and I love sitting with my tea watching the birds & then squirrels trying to work out how to beat the “squirrel-proof” bird feeder! 😂1 genius rodent so far worked out how to open the catch!
    I love to see your cardinals they are so pretty
    Take care and keep warm

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    • Hello Debbie! I suppose, if I have to admit it, the snow does look good for a change. But I don’t have to admit to anything. 🙂 The rain in your case sounds much more miserable than a little snow. It seems even the best climates have something one has to deal with at some point. I put up the trough feeder yesterday closer to the house hoping to lure a particular woodpecker but so far no luck. So, a squirrel figured out how to open the latch on your feeder? Interesting… How are you doing and how is our mother? Thanks for the comment.


  4. Helen says:

    The snow does look pretty – it always comes as a surprise when I first see it, even if it is in a photo, as in your post. I keep hearing that we may have snow but I can’t imagine it happening here this year. At least the rain Debbie (above) mentioned seems to have stopped. Don’t know if clay soils will have dried out yet, though.

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    • Hello Helen! Snow always looks better in photos. LOL! The more often you have it the less likely you are to appreciate it. Snow represents cold which I don’t like. It is snowing AGAIN and I am replying to your comment… It rained like crazy all night, which turned to ice, and now the snow. But, on the bright side, Sunday will be in the 40’s and three days in the 50’s this coming week. Glad to hear your rain has slowed down a bit. Thanks for the comment!


      • Helen says:

        Yes, we did have a horrid winter about ten years ago when the snow seemed to go on and on. It might only have been two weeks but everyone was getting cabin fever (a guess people who live in places like Canada would be somewhat bemused by the British reaction to snow!!).


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