Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Snow Fever

When I woke up yesterday morning, the garden was covered in a blanket of snow, that really soft snow that squeaks underfoot. It is a number of years since we had snow that stayed longer than an hour.

A walk down the driveway confirmed that the roads were covered in snow too and that I would not be going to work anytime soon. The roads had not been gritted (those machines dont get too much use here).

Mr. Margie took a drive up the Wicklow mountains today and enjoyed a walk in deep snow.

The drifts were deeper in some places and the sky remains full of snow clouds.


Vee said...

I do hope that you enjoy your snow, but I'm sure that it comes as a surprise. It'd better go quickly before it does any damage to the spring bulbs, though they are very hardy things.

KarenHarveyCox said...

Wow, thats a bunch of snow. We are getting more snow today, and the next couple of days. My 20 year old daughter just told me that she is so excited about taking a trip with her girlfriend to Ireland on Spring Break. They are meeting their friend who is spending a semester of college there. What fun.


Shabby Chick said...

The squeaking underfoot is so great! I'd forgotten about that til I went out yesterday :) Nice piccies.

Mel xxx

Deborah said...

How lovely! I love fresh snow. Ours is getting a bit crusty. You'll have to see Seamus O'Gnome--he's finished!

Les Cotrions said...

Hello my friend! Waw what a wonderful landscape!!! Sincerely I now prefer Spring...but anyway it's marvellous!
Have a great week!

Veronica Tingvall said...

You have more snow than we do :-)
lots of love/ Veronica

Elly said...

Owww... this is beautiful! It snowed here too, but just 1 cm or so. But this is real snow! Pretty pictures!

Anonymous said...

These are jusr beautiful pictures! I love the snow but I think we may have had a little to much in our area this year :>)

Coastal Sisters said...

Hi Margie:

Thank you so much for sharing all those beautiful pictures with us. We had a lot of snow at my house today too but it was not as pretty as yours :)


Anonymous said...

Beautiful snow and trees ! i love the photos of the forest ! Lots of snow everywhere his year :) Enjoy skiing ;) and a hot chocolate with apple pie after :) Have a lovely day Margie :)

Lace hearts said...

It looks so pretty on those conifers, doesn't it. You've had lots as well! I do love that squeaking crunch as you walk on fresh snow.

Anonymous said...

Oh Margie these photos are just beautiful! I can't believe all the snow you received and especially after your lovely Spring posting last week. I hope you're enjoying the beauty of it all and the flowers manage to make their way back out again.♥

Annie Wicking said...

Wow what a landscape, our snow has all gone now and once again I didn't get any photographs of it.

I was at work... Yes, I know hundreds of people didn't make it into work, but we did. Now are we mad or good...lol

Best wishes,


Fyra årstider ♥ My Lovely Four Seasons said...

Hello Margie
We have allso snow and the children loves it..and me to.
Love LOtta

KarenHarveyCox said...

Just stopped back to say Happy Weekend.