upper cryogenica, october 2010.

This is the scene outside right now.  It is not Photoshop trickery.

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That, my friends, is snow.  (For my Southern readers, that’s what happens to rain when it gets really cold outside.)


7 thoughts on “upper cryogenica, october 2010.

  1. Glamdring says:

    What snow all I see is leaves 😀

  2. Yeah- here too a bit this am.

  3. Jeff says:


    PLEASE!!! keep it there. I still ache from shoveling too many feet of the shit last winter.

  4. Mike Dodson says:

    I’m from Wyoming. Your snowfall reminds me of one of my jobs in the fall (September or so) was going upmountain and making sure all of the branches were chopped away from aluminum disks nailed to various trees at the 5-foo, 10-foot, and 15-foot levels. If we didn’t get a minimum of 120-inches (10-feet) of snow at the 8,000 ft. level, we wouldn’t have runoff for irrigation and stock water in the Spring and Summer (particularly in the Summer). The first snow was always very welcome. Wishing you and yours a comfortable and warm Winter with all of the snow you want, but now more.

  5. Tennessee Budd says:

    Yep–I’ll stay right here, until I move to Florida.

  6. T.Stahl says:

    Looks like I missed it by just two weeks.

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