Tag Archives: Ice

November’s Life

This November has been unseasonably warm.  Then about half-way through the month we got a few inches of snow.  The snow melted slowly, but it was followed by rain and freezing rain.  Now the sun is out but it is … Continue reading

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Small Winter

We have had a winter that is too long for my tastes.  I want to find some bugs to take pictures of.  Or some flowers. But I found a log with lichens and some interesting patterns of melting ice instead. … Continue reading

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Palm Trees

Jack Frost visited last night, and left his fractal paintings of palm trees in a warmer climate on my storm door. Have a happy new year.

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Odd Ice

I found this unusual ice formation near our house.  It seems to be in the drip line from the roof, and may be in a location that gets directional winds from the edge of the building. Hopefully a lot of … Continue reading

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It is Still There

A few days ago I wrote about a small bit of moss that lives in the tongue of an antique cornstalk cutter that we have.  At the time it was covered with snow. We have had a few days with higher … Continue reading

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Tracks on the Ice

We had about four inches of snow on the ground last week.  Then we had some very unseasonably warm weather and the snow that was not in deep drifts melted.  I was able to take a walk tonight shortly before … Continue reading

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