Record Snowfall

by Megan March. 07, 2008 1284 views

I travelled to the west side of Michigan to see my family last weekend. I was floored by how much snow they had. My dad had to actually dig out the mailboxes!! It was a beautifully sunny day and just had to capture a few of the snowy spots.

Wine tasting in Washington state today. It's beautiful and sunny so hopefully lots of good photos will be coming your way soon.

Thank you for all the great comments on the Alaska posts. I was so excited to log on and see your encouraging words. I appreciate each and every comment. Thank you friends!!

The sunny day was melting a few of the icicles. They were hanging of the back deck and were HUGE!

Digging the mailbox out was a regular chore this winter.

My mom told me that the snow had actually melted a lot. It had come clear up to the bottom of the light post. The news claimed that West Michigan had over 140 inches of snow this winter….so far.

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Kerry 13 years, 4 months ago

I hear ya on this stupid snow! Wait till you see my shots from Ottawa hahaha... great white north?? Try arctic tundra!

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Mandylouwho 13 years, 4 months ago

Wonderful capture on the icicles! Sorry your Mom and Dad are getting dumped on (not that there's not plenty of snow on the eastern side of the state :-).

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Leocheung 13 years, 4 months ago

Wow ! Stunning ! Beautiful !

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Julie 13 years, 4 months ago

Oh my!! I can't even imagine this much snow.
These are awesome shots! Love #3.

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Tracy 13 years, 4 months ago

WOWZZZERRSS! :) I seriously need to see that snow in real life. I dont believe that THAT much actually exists! Being a southerner....never seen that much in my life! Nice captures!

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Georgiahurst 13 years, 4 months ago

Fantastic set love the top 2pics

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