Take A Picture Tuesday--Snowy Winters

So....continuing with my new format....Tuesday is now Take A Picture Tuesday. I'll put some photos on my blog each Tuesday and talk a little about them. Some may be old, some may be new.

First, in honor of Inland Empire Girl's birthday tomorrow on January 9th, here is a picture of her and I during the big snow of 1968-1969. I saw one day on Huckleberries Online comparing this winter to that winter. I'm not sure this winter can compare quite yet. At least here in Kellogg. I was in kindergarten that year. See the picket fence in this picture. That was in the backyard. I remember the snow got so high that I could walk on the snow over the fence to the neighbors yard. Now, that was a lot of snow.

Inland Empire Girl and Silver Valley Girl make a snowman in their backyard in Kellogg during 1968-69 winter

Tonight, I took some pictures of the infamous backyard tri-color beech tree out in the snow. Here's some shots from our back deck.


Inland Empire Girl said...

I just want to know how we were outside in the snow without gloves or mittens! Mom must have been at PTS or on the phone with Y.M. tntl.

Go Figure said...

That is a GREAT looking snowperson.
I am impressed.

Katrina said...

I love the picture of the two of you! And what a great snowman--very tall. Ours always seem to end up squat and fat!

Silver Valley Girl said...

IEG--Wonder where the gloves are. Maybe we just took them off for the picture.

Go Figure--Yes, it is pretty good, hug.

Katrina--It is a fun picture, and a great snowman to boot!!