Friday, January 4, 2013

Mo Snow Pictures

Having to run the charger about every 5 hours because there is very little juice coming from the solar panels. Needless to say I had to sweep the snow off of all of them this morning. BTW we got  3 inches of the white stuff. Most of the mountains are hidden behind fog so there aren't too many photo ops. :(

The below pictures were sent to me by Dave Secor.

Above pictures were taken at the Legion.


22 comments:

  1. I don't know, I think that fog bank is kind of interesting.

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  2. I bet you are glad you have an indoors now!

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  3. Judy, just makes it impossible to get good pictures of the snow capped mountains.

    Matt M, yes to that, but the indoor facilities are in the trailer and not in here yet. On top of that I drained the lines and pump to keep anything from freezing.

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  4. It looks so pretty! However I am glad I am not there, burrr!

    Take care and bundle up.

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  5. MsB at least I'm staying warm. ;)

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  6. Dang, David, it came a little late for Christmas, but better late than never. OR would it have been better if it never came?

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  7. I'm glad to hear your able to stay warm
    it's to cold out here, brrrr...........

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  8. DD, we needed the moisture bad so I won't complain much. Its melting quick now.

    Me to Sandy. I'd be pretty cool in the trailer.

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  9. Good to see you got a little moisture, I heard there was 10 inches there, but what ever came down, it will be a good 'soak' into the desert, I'm glad for you, we had about an inch here in central Texas, rain that is, over 4 days, it was great. Try to stay warm, I'm sure you are enjoying the cabin about now!

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  10. SUERTE, Don't know about other places around here, but I only got the three inches here. It should do a lot of good, but I bet it won't do enough good for them to raise the burn ban. Of course that's BS anyway.

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  11. Great pics of an amazing desert snowfall....sorta sorry we missed it, but not that sorry.

    Stay warm Tffnguy.

    B'foot

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  12. B'foot, I've pretty near been hibernating in this nice warm cabin. I see stars now so it looks like they may be right about it being clear tomorrow. I figure that will do in the rest of the snow.

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  13. Well I just have to say it,"Hell freezes over".

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  14. Where are the pictures of the snowmen?

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  15. Bkid, that will be short lived. The snow is melting fast.

    Dani, been doing that and it sure is nice.

    Anon, I'll save that for kids and there aren't any around here so no snowmen or snowwomen to take pictures of.

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  16. TFFN Hello, happened across your blog on BB's blog list around Thanksgiving. Went immediately to your first entry in 2009, and am now up to the present. Salute you, for the enormous progress that you have made with resolve, hard work, and a little help from your friends. Well done, sir! RB

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  17. Old RB, I couldn't have done it without family and friends. Welcome to my blog.

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  18. That's a LOT of snow for your area. I imagine it surely does play hell with the solar panels!

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  19. HJ, we just got a lot of rain to. Yeah not much solar for the last few days, but its sunny today.

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  20. G'day! I was just looking at the land available in Terlingua (dirt cheap!) and planning on doing roughly the same thing as you; getting away from the city horrors, then I found your blog! I just wanna say thanks for keeping it going, I love it, and I'll be using it as a source of knowledge :P If I end up moving there I'll be sure to let you know!
    Dave, Australia

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  21. Dave, if you do move here be sure to stop by.

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