Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Tuesday morning's commute

Stopped at the traffic light on Cliff Road at Johnny Cake Road, I pulled out my camera to capture a view on my 3 mile winter drive to my office.

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  1. Looks like I see some strange dream. Eagan stole Moscow weather)).This is OUR weather, not that green grass we have around these days.

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  2. Oh no, Leif, say it ain't so! Snow no more! I remember those winter drives to work.

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  3. Have I said how much I hate snow and winter after a life spent living in the north?

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  4. Are you serious?! That much snow sticking already? Wow. Those snow covered evergreen trees sure look pretty.

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  5. Kjør forsiktig!
    Godt du/dere har ny bil med nye dekk.

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  6. I'm happy living without the "white stuff".

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  7. I wouldn't feel so courageous to get out of the car. I am missing spring.

    Regards

    Valery

    [Barcelona Daily Photo]

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  8. Glad I never have to brave that in the morning!

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  9. It's nice to see a "slice of life" across the country! Thanks for commenting on the classic car in Seaside. I can't tell a good one from a bad one, but they are fun to look at :)

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  10. We got snow before you...but you got MORE before us. :)

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  11. Pretty if you don't have to drive. Hope you have your snow tires on already.

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  12. Wow, what a contrast to my southern California days! Looking forward to learning more about Minnesota...

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  13. My commute is just as long but with snow like that it feels alot longer sometimes.

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  14. wow, while it's dang sunny and hot on this part of the world, yours looks other wise... but pretty capture Leif...
    Anything Davao

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  15. BRRRRRRRRRR..

    Nice capture Lief. I wonder how will I survive in such cold places. Al Ain's weather is just fine though it is quite cold during the wee hours.

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