Post in 'The Inglenook' started by begreen, Mar 2, 2013.
I know, pics or it didn't happen.
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Wow! If I took a picture outside here it would basically be white so no sense in taking it.
Looks like white on rice around here.
Ours is getting pretty hard. Got 7" of really wet snow this week and now with no thaw, it is hard!
And I didn't plow the last 2-3" we got, so that's getting packed down by driving on it. Done more plowing this year than I have in a while.
Starting to run out of places to put it.
Refreshing pictures Begreen. Just snow and gray skies here. I added some color to the patio cutting some red cedar. What a freaking mess, and it stinks too. It looks like a red dye pack exploded.
It is snowing here again, nothing major just additional to melt before what is already on the ground gets to melting again.
Please don't rush it Hoping this storm leaves me with no less than a foot of snow Wednesday. Then its supposed to warm up. Guess it will be time to start the spring shoulder season
Still snowing up here, not much but it seems we get some each day. Tuesday it gets warmer so we're looking forward to that.
Colder weather coming for you! Last year at this time we had nothing for snow, we did need a winter with more snow, just need a wet spring so the water table is better than last year.
Thanks for sharing the colors.
Nice color BG. How old is your garden/greenhouse? It is pretty cool how it blends and is already starting to look like it has always been there.
Makes me sick..... We still have snow on the ground and I am sick of hauling and feeding the stove! It's always about this time of the year i start wishing it was over .......... My thoughts are turning to kayaking, fishing, camping, and a beach vacation..... Unfortunately all of them are a ways away!
we're getting light snow right now, but the fact that we don't have a snowpack on the ground (to let me use the snowmobile to get wood off of the farm) and that I am NOT making syrup this year due to the living room project, well I am officially READY for spring.....
Now that I've said that, we'll end up gettin a BLIZZARD next week......
Thanks, we built it a few years ago. Here are some other shots of it. http://www.hearth.com/talk/threads/fresh-carrots.50845/#post-50845
Note that the purple sprouting broccoli was started late last summer. The crop made it through the winter fine and now has been providing a lot of yummy eats. It turns green when cooked and is nice and tender.
Nice Begreen. I liked your post. I couldn't find a jealousy button anywhere.
This is my backyard as of Monday. We got 3" last night to boot.
Sorry about that chief. It looks pretty, for December.
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