Wednesday, February 23, 2011

We got snowed!



Eagan received over 15 inches (38 cm) of snow in the last few days! Finally, the snow stopped, the sun came out and we saw blue skies! I snapped these photos from my 2nd floor office balcony and windows on Tuesday morning.

24 comments:

  1. Winter is not over yet... very nice pictures!

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  2. You sure did. Glad you could use more. We had enough. Now it is mostly ice.

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  3. Unbelievable--I hope you have some good wool socks, hot chocolate, etc.

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  4. Thank you very much for your visit and for your kind words!
    Together with my husband, read all your posts!
    You have a wonterful family,i wish all the best for you !!!
    My husband was 25 years of scouting.
    We have a son 30 years old. He married Danae. Danae's dad is a doctor and member of the Thessaloniki's Rotary (Thessaloniki ( North Greece ) is the second largest city in Greece, after Athens).
    Eagan is a very nice town !!!
    You are allready in my favorites blogs and i will follow you.
    Best regards to your family, from Halkidiki-Greece. :)

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  5. These are very attractive winter images. Fresh snow is so pretty. It enhances almost any photo if there is sufficient contrast. This post is very well done.

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  6. Leif, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment on my first Barn Charm entry. Plenty of barns to photo in S.D.!! We also got another foot of snow, just when we were enjoying a major melt,dang! Now I'm off to see where Eagan is, I swear it sounds familiar, or am I confusing it with Eagan SD?

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  7. Det er nydelig med snø på trærene!
    Flotte foto av et flott sted.

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  8. I know you are getting tired of snow, but these are pretty winter snow photos. At least you can enjoy that much.

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  9. I just love that first photo. So beautiful!

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  10. Wow, great shots. You make us feel guilty; we were complaining about it being 75 on Monday and then dropping into the 20's overnite and only hitting the 40's the last couple of days. It looks beautiful but we are so over shoveling.

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  11. Love the barn store in the previous post.
    Saw the article in the paper about your blog. A star is born!
    We got just about that much snow or more yesterday and today---we aren't used to snow here specially in the end of Feb. MB

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  12. Still waiting for your snow arriving at my dorm..
    beautiful photos! :)

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  13. I am sure you starting to get excited about spring and the end of the snow season.

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  14. It is a bit colder even here, but nothing like 38cm of snow!

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  15. I'd like to have so much snow next week

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  16. Sehr schöne Bilder von eurer Schneelandschaft!

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  17. Beautiful pics, Leif! The detail of the snow on the roof is fantastic, have never seen such a thing.

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  18. Wow, those are gorgeous shots! I actually felt giddy looking at them. And here I was excited about our 7 inches! I can't imagine having that much.

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  19. Snow?!
    In Minny-so-ta?!
    What a concept!
    How rare!
    Have your children ever seen snow before now?!
    The inquiring mind of «Louis la Vache» wants to know!

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  20. I love that second photo with the snow and icicles hanging down over the roof eaves - wow, it looks cold!!

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  21. Great photos of snow. Something that we can't have in a tropical region like our.

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  22. Very pretty! Those trees look like Christmas cake decorations, all covered in frosting.

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