Last week we had the world's largest snowflakes fall upon our landscape. The snowflakes were as large as feathers and as they danced around this way and that like feathers busting loose from a massive, teenager pillow fight! A few minutes amongst the snowflakes resulted in soaked clothing and hair. The people coming in from outside looked like they had been standing underneath a downspout after a very hard rain. The snow seemed to fly in from the west and clung to everything on the west side. The snow clung onto fences, power poles, trees, wheels and wagons for days. As the temperatures warmed throughout the week, icicles formed on trees, cars, wagons, everything that stood still. The pine and spruce trees were perfect molds for ice to form around.
I took so many photos, I will have to show you a few throughout the week. The day was positively icy!
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