Our weather continues to be cold
so our snow is sticking around
On this Nature Friday with
We thought we would show you
a few of the interesting things
created by the snow and cold
The wind created this snow overhang.
Be careful !
It may go at anytime
A little sun melted the snow just enough
that it started to pull away from the deck post
and then froze again in this position
Now for our most interesting discovery
Do you see the piece of ice?
It looks like it is laying on the deck
Nope! We have an icicle sticking up!
Nature sure does some crazy things!
We are the PugRanch Kids
Hazel & Mabel
yes!!! it is a floor icicle now... maybe it is a rare thing and you can send that photo to national geographic? with a pug next to the icicle they will have it on their title I bet ;O)ReplyDelete
Better be careful, those Icicles can be dangerous, just ask Ralphie!ReplyDelete
OMD that's some serious winter happening there... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Great pictures of the snow and the ice! We're supposed to get warmer temps tomorrow and Sunday with rain. BLEH!ReplyDelete
Oh my huggy puggies you have the most unique snow and it is quite artistic.ReplyDelete
For sure stay clear of the overhangie and tread carefully around the icicle.
Brrr dat looks very cold!!ReplyDelete
Matt & Matilda
Looks like there are some ice hazards everywhere! You be careful and keep your toesies warm.ReplyDelete
That little icicle is cute. Looks like a little worm.ReplyDelete
I'd want to eat that icicle!ReplyDelete
It's nice and cold here, but no snow! Cammie and I would love to come over and play!
Our snow didn't stick around long enough to make any icicles. We are hoping to see some more so we can have a white Christmas:)ReplyDelete
Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Nature does do some crazy things. We often have roof overhangs like yours and our dogs scare me when they run under the overhang... Like the A04, our pups love eating icicles :)ReplyDelete
Your little deck icicle reminds me of the huge ones that hung from our porch roof in PA. They were too dirty to lick, and I used to -as a kid - worry they might fall and kill me as I walked under them!ReplyDelete
Brrr. We have been very lucky here in Chiberia. It's been in the low 40's for four days in a row and NO snow!ReplyDelete
Could you please send some of that snow to our house? We've had warm temps and our snow is almost gone.ReplyDelete
Wow!! A standing icicle?? COOL!! Nature is weird, isn't it??ReplyDelete
Arty, Jakey & Rosy
I have never seen an icicle hanging on from the bottom up. Snow can be pretty for a day or two but when it stops being white it looks icky.ReplyDelete
Wowsa, that is cool! butts, it does look dangerous guys, best lets your peeps go furst...heheheheeReplyDelete
Mother Nature sure has a sense of humor, doesn't she? I'm green with envy of your snow-scapes. Stay warm, girls.ReplyDelete
You grew your own icicle plant! BOL! Y'all stay toasty warm in all that snow.ReplyDelete
Oh what interesting snow you have,,, Its beautiful!ReplyDelete