Travel Photo Thursday
Well, I actually had something else in mind, but in case you didn’t hear, we had a blizzard in Tucson yesterday, so I just had to post a few snow pictures.
From the GREAT Tucson Blizzard of 2013:
Here’s my Facebook status from yesterday afternoon:
Well, the great Tucson blizzard of ’13 is finally over. Thank GOD we had stocked up on bottled water and Pringles and instant cocoa. Because the snow fell for TWO HOURS! And it piled up to — well it actually didn’t pile up–it melted–but that white stuff kept falling down and it COULD have piled up to–an inch, at least. But the WORST part is–it is going to be at LEAST SIX DAYS before the temperature gets over the 60′s and back in the 70′s. I’m telling you–a lot of tans are going to suffer.
And here’s what it looked like.
WHAT? You can’t see those snowflakes? How about this?
Well, yes, people from Tucson do exaggerate about the weather and I DO know what REAL snow looks like. Here’s Virginia.
This one somehow makes me think of Robert Frost.
And here I am in Tennessee in November 2012.
In December of 2011, we drove to Window Rock for the Navajo Christmas festival.
Okay, that is quite enough of that! I’m going to have a cup of hot chocolate. What do you do when it snows?
These pictures are part of the Travel Photo Thursday gathering of bloggers that is sponsored by Budget Traveler’s Sandbox. Anybody can post the link to their Thursday Travel Photos, and you can see the results by going to Budget Traveler’s Sandbox. Take a look.
The pictures in this post are all my own, and I thank you for respecting my copyright.