Saturday, December 12, 2009

Ellsworth's "stuff"

It snowed this last week in Eagan. Our view out our office window is beautiful; however, Ellsworth's "stuff" in his backyard does detract from the scene. Can you determine what he's got back there?

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  1. It is very beautiful. How do you get any office work done when surely all you want to do is gaze out of the window.

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  2. Snow! I miss snow. Yours is so pretty, even if the next yard reminds me of my years in Arkansas.
    (I loved Arkansas, trailers and all.)

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  3. I like Ellsworth's stuff. It looks like Vermont to me. ( :

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  4. Dina, you couldn't have said it better! It is a bit "Arkansas" like out there. If we cross our eyes a bit, we don't see all the "stuff" as much:)

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  5. That is a lot of stuff, but the snow makes it seem not so bad!

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  6. I see bunches of 'STUFF'. Maybe a fire would warm you all up. MB

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  7. I've heard that Moscow is beautiful in the winter because the snow hides all the dirt. That's an old comment, now that the Soviet days are gone, int maybe different. I hope I don't offend any Moscovites. Your nieghbor the hoarder with all the broken pickup toppers is definately helped out by a good thick blanket of snow!

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  8. It's very sunny here but we find it cold today. I shivered when I saw your beautiful photo. I didn't "determine" what there was there :-))

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  9. Beautiful view. It snowed timidly in Bucharest too, but no snow gathered on the ground yet. Looks like I won't be able to post my "look at all this snow" shot yet :)

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  10. Such a beautiful view. And the snow is so pristine. & it looks like the temperature is way down.

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  11. Some Ellsworth bicycles buried in the snow???

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  12. Magnificent picture, I loved it and all snow, so beautiful!
    Léia

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  13. scenes like this often remind me of my snowy days in the northeastern USA. great for a holiday experience, but can't stand the freeze for too long ... though it's beautiful.

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  14. Looks like some kind of hood and maybe a boat? Don't know about the rest. Sure gives you something to think about while you look out the window at work!

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  15. Beautiful Snowfall !! I always love ice but there is no rain even in our area so snowfall is impossible..Unseen Rajasthan

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  16. I can't! Would you help us, please?

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  17. I'd like to see a summer version of this!

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  18. It is nice with snow, are you going skiing this weekend? Have a nice weekend :)

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  19. Snow is not romantic. It is icy and cold and turns dirty and messy quickly.

    So when are you moving south?

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  20. What a delight to see, as it has been years for me eyes to get snow in for real - however still wonder where all the white goes once it melts away.
    If that would be a lake it surely would make a wonderful place to skate.
    Please have a nice Sunday.

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  21. My guess: An old truck, a campervan and a ute (pickup) top. It doesn't look too bad in winter. Summer might be another matter. Two options, get yourself elected onto the local council or offer to buy all his stuff then dump it. Sorry, this comment is probably not helpful.
    Thanks for visiting our blogs. Merry Christmas and all the best wishes for the new year.

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  22. All I can recognize is an old wagon. But don't worry, everything looks wonderful under the snow!

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  23. «Louis», had he not been late to the party would have suggested
    "Red Neck" and Arkansas, too, but too many others beat him to it!

    hee hee hee
    How stereotypes are born!

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  24. Wow - what a view! I don't think I would ever get tired of seeing snow so perfect.

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  25. I think it looks a fine view. Lovely.

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  26. wow what a view! We don't get snow where we are in nz so photos like this are a treat.

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