brrrr . . .

With the wild and crazy storm we had all day yesterday and into last night, I thought we might wake up to something like this:

Okay. Not really. We may not have gotten that much snow, but now it’s going to be danged cold! 
That picture is of a snow drift on the road in front of our family farm in Idaho in 1949 with my great grandma standing there. This is one of the amazing photos that a distant cousin shared with us around Thanksgiving. I need to post some more sometime because they are just so awesome. 
Okay, so it’s my family, so they’re awesome to me. ;)
2017-02-07T18:29:16+00:00 December 30th, 2010|Uncategorized|4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Jan December 30, 2010 at 8:29 pm

    Cool picture. I remember the days when I was younger when it seemed we had so much more snow during the winter then we do now. I had to venture to the Dr. this morning and the roads were SCARY. We had quite the blizzard!
    P.S. Yes, your family is awesome.

  2. Kerri December 31, 2010 at 12:55 am

    Ain't that the truth?! We always had so much more snow. Even my 21-year old…I can remember the huge snow storms we had when he was 3. My husband would throw him out in the snow, feet first, and he'd be standing upright in a huge pile of snow. I can't remember the last time we had that much snow. Sad.

  3. Calene December 31, 2010 at 4:02 am

    Love that picture! Where in Idaho? My mom grew up in Malad, and I have family all over Southeast Idaho.

  4. Kerri December 31, 2010 at 1:53 pm

    It's in Burley, which amazingly always seems to have someone know someone from there or be from there….and that's weird because it's such a small town. In fact, at one time, in my little church ward (congregation) here in Utah, there were three of us (well four, if you count the married couple as two) that had lived in Burley. In fact, this couple's father knew my grandfather and would get flowers from him many many years ago. It's a very small world. :)

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