Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Sunny But Cold...Very Cold

Thanksgiving Day
We drove over to Snoqualmie Falls and couldn't believe how
full and furious they were.
Lots of neat things growing in the woods that day.
Then the weather changed and we had at least 4 inches of 
snow here on the property. The deer and elk came looking for food Not as much snow down in town.

The sun came out but it has yet to come above freezing.
I guess I'll wait to get my greens from the woods.
I am hopeful about getting out tomorrow.
Have packages to mail and food to get.
Hope your weather is a bit warmer.


Debbie Nolan said...

Oh my Sharon - it does look cold but oh so beautiful. Those water falls are simply gorgeous. You live in such an awesome spot in this world. So glad you took time to share it with me. Have a great start to the Christmas season. Hope you are able to get out and gather those greens soon!

Createology said...

Thankfully we are having lots of rain. The ski resorts are getting snow. Your photos are beautiful. Those Falls are fabulous. Stay safe and warm dear...

Shelley said...

Beautiful photos, especially the waterfall! Hope you're doing well!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Fabulous photos. The falls are magnificent. We went there a couple years ago in the summer the falls were so misty we couldn't see anything but mist - couldn't even get a glimpse of the falls. The weather has to be just right I suppose.

Love the picture of the deer - the forests are so pretty. We've had cold weather here too - but not the snow. I think the rain is coming back in a couple days.

El Desván de la Gata Perezosa said...

En la zona dónde vivo también es habitual la nieve, pero el paisaje es diferente al tuyo,tus fotografías son increíbles, sigo tu blog desde hace bastante tiempo, un saludo desde España