Another Nor’easter

snow covered road - TheFarmersInTheDell.com barn in winter - TheFarmersInTheDell.com weathervane - TheFarmersInTheDell.com winter pinecones - TheFarmersInTheDell.com field in winter - TheFarmersInTheDell.com winter crabapple - TheFarmersInTheDell.com australian shepherd - TheFarmersInTheDell.com snow covered evergreen tree - TheFarmersInTheDell.com fence in winter - TheFarmersInTheDell.com foggy woods - TheFarmersInTheDell.com hereford in snow - TheFarmersInTheDell.com snowy maple tree - TheFarmersInTheDell.com

In my neck of the woods, snowstorms are a common occurrence.  Six inches of snow is just a dusting.  Twelve inches of snow is a nuisance.  Eighteen inches of snow is a slight inconvenience.  Even a Nor’easter that dumps twenty inches of snow and knocks out the power for a few days is taken in stride.  However, when TWO Nor’easters hit within a few days of each other, it can try the patience of even the most seasoned snow warrior.  Now, the top news story is a THIRD nor’easter is on the horizon.  Fingers crossed, it will miss our little town.  Otherwise, I’ll be shoveling snow until June.

5 thoughts on “Another Nor’easter

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  2. Oh my – there are SO many wonderful captures here it almost makes it worth tolerating 3 nor’easters!! If i were forced to choose I’d go for the cow or the branches with berries but honestly they are all just great. Good luck on the 3rd storm, maybe it will pass you by!

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