Tuesday, March 26, 2013

October to March!

I love living in the mountains of West Virginia....especially when we have a 6 month winter season like this one.  It started in October with the Hurricane Sandy left overs and it is still going strong today!
Enjoy the pictures...The first 2 are the October storm and the rest are from this last week in March!









Happy Easter, Happy Spring
Happy Happy Everything!



8 comments:

W-S Wanderings said...

You folks do winter like we do - but with even MORE snow. That's awesome! It's a pretty unique experience for me to e-visit a friend who has more snow than we do, especially at this time of year. (Our snow is actually melting away this week.)

That first photo - WOW!

Donna said...

Wabi, that first photo is on the main route through our county! Ours was going away last week, but now it's back! <3

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Oh. my. GOODNESS!! Hooty wasn't a bit too late, was he? LOL! Amanda said they had five inches last weekend, too! Brrrr!! We are headed there for Easter; guess I'd better pack warm! ;) blessings ~ tanna

Rachel said...

Unreal!! On Saturday we had 2 inches of snow or so and I was having a meltdown over that!!! Normally I don't mind the weather so much but when I am standing outside in the snow begging Zoe to please hurry and do her business...... I'm ready for warm weather which we are getting right now.

Donna said...

Tanna, Hooty is geting plenty of use! Amanda is a good bit more south than me, but you better bring some warm shawls!

Donna said...

Rachel, you know a watched puppy never pees, right? :-) I don't think we are expecting much warmer for a while yet....

K said...

We had snow too - but Rachel already told you that. I took pictures, mostly of the big fluffy flakes. Maybe I'll put them up. But today, it was spring. And the horses love it. And I love it. And the neighbors were out walking. YIPEE!!

Donna said...

I can't wait to get back to walking....I don't like the mud of spring, but other than that, I guess I'm finally ready for it to be.