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Coping with Winter Weather!

Winter weather has come early to Kentucky. For once the weather person pretty nailed the winter weather. 

Its not like Kentucky doesn’t have winter, but this stuff doesn’t usually plague us in November. First a wave of cold air and then a very cold rain for a very short time, which then turned into sleet and freezing rain into the late evening. It stopped raining in the middle of the night.

When we got up in the morning… our predicted winter weather was here! Ice covered everything and we still had power! We had Internet for about 15 minutes but of course it went down. So we switched to our wireless devices to Hotspot. That lasted for about 20 minutes and then the whole Cellular system went down. Cell phones came back up around lunchtime and we had about 2 hours of Cable around dinner time  for the news and a little entertainment TV, and then boom out again.

Many of the BIG trees in the neighborhood suffered some damage… Our little birch tree in the backyard was resting on the fence from the weight of the ice, but I can happily report that it is upright today, but it has a new curve to the trunk!

While a coating of ice makes life a little more problematic, it does make the ordinary look extraordinary… warning… a few pictures below!!! 

iced over oak leaves
Oak Leaves.
ice on silver maple leaves
ice on maple leaves
Iced Ford truck
ice on a Ford truck
iced pine needles
pine needles covered in ice, does this look like a quilting design to anyone else?
iced over oak leaves
Iced crab apples (ornamental)
ice on a silver maple bud
ice on silver maple buds
Iced Rose bloom
iced rose

Today, we have sunshine with high clouds moving in. The ice has melted. Clear weather through Thanksgiving! Hopefully you haven’t been too bored with the pictures… above. Tell me what you think of them. I’d love to hear! 

More Later! Beth

4 thoughts on “Coping with Winter Weather!

  1. Brrr it looks cold in Kentucky. Seems way too early for such a storm. Where did Fall go? Beautiful pictures. Absolutely stunning. Thanks for sharing. I hope you and your family have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. …beautiful photos!! Winter is so fun to capture in photos. Just be careful, don’t want to fall and break a hip!!

  3. I’d rather deal with snow any day over ice. It started snowing here about half an hour after we got home from Texas. 4-5 inches of snow the next morning (heavy wet stuff). Nice photos you took.

    1. We were fortunate that the ground was still above freezing… so mostly above ground… items froze! We’ve had a couple of dustings… but we are in the south!!!!

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