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Friday, December 12, 2014

forget the pots, IT'S SNOWY!

It is true, I have all these fine pots to show you, but probably all my California and southern friends agree that a boatload of snow is MUCH more fun to look at today.  Maybe not on their lawn, but on MY lawn.
We live in probably the most Christmassy place on earth.  We have the "over the river and through the woods"  right here! And such a pretty little church....and beagle....

Below, Baptist church in center of Etna...

Penny in our back yard...the rock to her right suggests we got up to a foot in spots...

Our house!  Yesterday's house picture was across the street, there was some confusion...hard to see but our only outward holiday decoration is the Danish hearts on each door.

River looking south toward Mt. Pleasant.

The bridge has an open steel pattern, eh?

Downtown Etna--church on right, PO on left.  That's it!  All we got :)

Looking north at the river---our back yard is just there on the right as the river bends....


Busy Bee Suz said...

Oh my gosh....look at all the white fluffy COLD stuff! It looks magical; gorgeous. Sending sunshine and warmth from Florida!!!

Michèle Hastings said...

Yes, the snow is very pretty on someone else lawn! Your little village does look like a Christmas village. The downside of living in the south is that the winter is very brown... at least I know spring will come early.

Momma Fargo said...

Such a magical place you live in! I love your house. My historical house has the same green color. Have a Merry Christmas!

Lori Buff said...

I love looking at YOUR snow. Thanks and stay warm.

Barbara Rogers said...

Lovely Christmas card photos...and the vines on your house with snow are nature's decorations!

smalltownme said...

You live in a Christmas card, or a snow globe.

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