Friday, February 21, 2020

Snow in Alamogordo, New Mexico

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

We awakened to a fairyland this morning with about two inches of snow in a usually sunny little town. I just had to go out and take some pictures because this is such a rare event here. We usually view the snow on the mountains surrounding us.

This tree is across the alley from us and the birds love it
This is our little weeping willow in the backyard
This is our antique reversible riding plow in the backyard
It is still snowing in the Sacramento Mountains
This is our pomegranate tree in the sideyard
This chiminea gives you a visual of about a two inch snowfall
Mother Nature's ice sculpture
Our palm trees taking in water the hard way
A piece of wood resembling "Nessie" and our hose looks like a python
The roadrunners have taken on their winter coat
A view of the mountains from the front yard
This is the fabulous peach tree that produces the best peaches around
The oleanders are so heavy with snow that they are hanging their heads
We actually had one more snow day about three days later, but it melted so fast we almost missed it.

Thanks to Doug for processing the photos.

This is all I have to say for now.

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