Wednesday, July 18, 2007

It was just SNOW exciting


It was snow exciting yesterday. It snowed twice in one day. It usually only snows once a year here, and never really very heavily. I was out snapping some shots to capture the excitement and we had to ring both Granny and Nanna. The school kids loved it, and it was great to share it with them. I was a little concerned about the poor chookies, and wanted to wrap them in a blanket.


It was just SNOW exciting!


8 comments:

Bren said...

Bbbrrr!! I was in the park taking Jazz for a walk in my beanie, gloves, boots etc. The kids said "What if someone sees you?" and I replied "I will be alone!". And I was!Lucky your house is toasty warm.

Chookyblue said...

oh how exciting....it has been very cold where we are so it want to have been snowing somewhere....My daughter would love to see some snow....she only realised this week that frost was cold....ice...

Mrs. G said...

Snow! so very exciting to think about snow (which we only have had about 3 real snows here in my lifetime :) when it is so dang hot here!

I think my body temp just actually dropped a degree or so..thank you :)

Tamara said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog. It doesn't surprise me that it snowed in Ballarat. It is freezing here too. I have been worried about how cold the chooks must be. I almost contemplated letting them in the laundry - then I thought twice.

Ragged Roses said...

How exciting! It's strange seeing pictures of snow when it's our summertime, although I must admit we're not experiencing any kind of summer at all at the moment. Hope the chooks were okay!
Kim x

Fiona said...

Thanks for finding my blog. (Thru Chookyblue I suspect)
I love finding new bloggers from Australia.
The snow looks cold. brrrrrr
That's where our cold breeze is coming from!!!!

Jenny said...

WOW! We don't get smow here in South Australia-sometimes a light sprinkle in the hills. I bet the students were very excited. Nothing like a good bit of nature to wind them up!Love your blog.

Jenny said...

Whoops!!!! I mean snow!( We don't get smow either!)