Wild in the Whitened World

I don’t need many words to describe the day here, just several photos for you.

Taken mid-day on 13 February 2014 during “Pax” – a big bugger of a winter snow/sleet/rain/ice/more-snow storm.

giant snowflakes coming down now 13 Feb 14

giant snowflakes coming down now 13 Feb 14

giant snowflakes coming down now 13 Feb 14

giant snowflakes coming down now 13 Feb 14

giant snowflakes coming down now 13 Feb 14

giant snowflakes coming down now 13 Feb 14

giant snowflakes coming down now 13 Feb 14

giant snowflakes coming down now 13 Feb 14

And that, my friends, is the latest storm, called “Pax” apparently, from our perspective here on the east coast of Massachusetts. It’s been a wild and windy day here, and that’s all I have to say about it.

We did not lose power – which was a very good thing. My thoughts are with those who did lose power because that can’t be any fun at all.


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8 Responses to Wild in the Whitened World

  1. TopsyTurvy says:

    Poor Kip! Our pup has ended up looking like that several times this winter too. I actually prefer Squee’s coat as when she comes in all you have to do is fluff her short hair for a moment and then it’s already dry.

    Hold on for a few more days and then it’s supposed to warm up a bit. *fingers crossed*


  2. Bonnie says:

    I have family in PA but so far I see a post on FB now and again so assume they still have power. I guess I should thank hubby for deciding to stay in TX when he retired from military.


  3. Annanotbob3 says:

    Beautiful photos – glad you’re safe and warm xxx


  4. mz. em says:

    Love your photos. Glad you can stay inside and did not lose your power. Looks like the puppers liked it.


  5. WendyNC says:

    We have a bunch of that stuff here, way, way far to the south of you–right down to and including dogs who thought it was really fun to come in wet and covered with snow. Our big male Golden was out in it making snow angels!


  6. Eric Mayer says:

    Excuse me but…UGH! Looks about like it does here but we — fortunately — have not had wind. We did lose our power for two hours the other morning when it was -10 or so but luckily it resumed before anything froze, except us. Dogs seem to enjoy snow, however, so maybe it was a positive for some of your household members.


  7. Glad you still have power and can get your pictures up for us! And of course that you have power for furnace fans, cooking and lights! It sure looks messy, driving conditions must be challenging! Keep safe.

    It was sunny here in the bush in Ontario today, and mild, only -2C. I hope we don’t catch what you have!


  8. Sandy From Iowa says:

    WOW…that first photo shows how big the flakes are…stay safe and stay warm.
    Thanks for photos.


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