I know that the last thing that a lot of you want to see is snow – or pictures of snow. We, on the other hand, had the delightful experience of snow for our annual “snow” trip. When we arrived it was summer like weather with temps near 70*. The only snow to be seen was on the mountain top.
The day afterwards it started to snow. It snowed and snowed and snowed. We all loved watching the flakes falling throughout the evening and then all the next day. In total we got about 12” of fresh snow and it changed our scenery to a winter wonderland.
Digging out to leave was a different story and driving was a bit challenging.
It was a great time for making family memories.
|Indoor time for Guesstures!|
|Their last snow trip as they will be away at colleges next year.|
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looks like everyone had fun!!! I am a bit tird of snow here, snowing again today...but it is very pretty!ReplyDelete
I'm very happy to see such lovely pictures of snow as we haven't had any yet this winter. Still hoping! I love snow - as long as I don't have to travel far! Looks like you all had a wonderful time. Lynne.ReplyDelete
What lovely snow pictures , how nice to have the family get together . I have signed up for the hop as well sounds like fun .ReplyDelete
Definitely looks like a fun time. Your snow picture looks like a postcard. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Wow! What fun you had! Wonderful to spend time together, all snug and warm while it snows outside.ReplyDelete
Your snow pictures are beautiful! How wonderful to get everyone together for some special time.ReplyDelete
oh wow! What a sight to behold! We are supposed to be snowed in when we wake up tomorrow so we went out and bought a kerosene heater, just in case. :)ReplyDelete
Looks magical, what a great family trip!ReplyDelete
That picture of the snow falling was absolutely wonderful - like a Currier & Ives postcard. So pretty!ReplyDelete
What another fabulous trip! It looks like you had a fantastic time with your family, Mary. Glad you could enjoy the snow.ReplyDelete
we got 8 or 9 inches here in Ga. last nightReplyDelete
Great pictures of beautiful scenery and family. It looks like everyone was enjoying themselves.ReplyDelete
I am never tired of snow, snow and I have a beautiful relationship :)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing the photos, they are beautiful!!
I hope your snow trip was in California. We so need it! Looks like a great time was had by all!ReplyDelete
Its been such an odd Winter out there in CA. We got YOUR SNOW last night here in NC...the most I've seen since living here with about 7 to 8" It was gorgeous out there this am when I opened the blinds.ReplyDelete
One thing I just love about you is your family....just lovely!
I would love to there! What fun for the kiddies! How exciting for those who are leaving for college. Our new intakes are here at 'O' week. I love seeing them around. It had been quiet in the last 3 months - Hugs NatReplyDelete
I am really enjoying the snow photos as we don't get any here where we live. And even more wonderful seeing your family together - it looks like it would have been a great holiday.ReplyDelete
I would love to see snow. We have not had enough this year. Looks like a ton of fun for your familyReplyDelete
The snow photos are lovely but I know the trip home with chains on the tires was not........what a wonderful family gathering you had!ReplyDelete
What a great family tradition! It must be pretty wild (and fun) to have that many family members together at one time. I'm more than ready for there to be no more snow but I can see the appeal for those who only see it once a year.ReplyDelete
I enjoy looking at pictures of snow, and yours are beautiful, but do not like looking at snow in my yard! It looks like you had a wonderful time together.ReplyDelete
Oh what a fabulous way to build memories...ReplyDelete
Love those snow photos...
Love your snow pictures!!! And even lovelier are the pictures of your family.ReplyDelete