Friday, December 9, 2011

Snow Storm



We wrap up Snow Week with this cold picture of New York City in 1910. Now this really looks unpleasant. Hopefully they all had warm clothes on.

9 comments:

  1. Unpleasant snow storms are not appreciated but warmer boots are.
    Ellena

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  2. 4 below and no snow.
    Last month we were setting new high temps.

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  3. 40 degrees, bright and sunny. No snow yet.
    Just looking at that picture makes me cold!

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  4. There,s no weather like snow weather like sno weather I know.....

    I usta like it when snow blew down the back of my neck, my lips chapped from the raw wet wind, my shoes and socks got wet walking in the snow, and my hands were red and oh so cold. All this because, as a child, I felt the need to make a snowman and then a snow angel. I'm an old man now, but yet it still sounds like fun, in fact I would do it all over again if only I could remember where I put my hat.

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  5. Hey Granpa, it's on your head ! Balmy weather in Beantown today. High 40's, get out the shorts and fressbie in the park. Have a nice weekend all.

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  6. This picture gave me the shivers. It is now snowing in Montreal, but rather gently. Have a great weekend.

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  7. If they don't have warm cloths on, they would be frozen. I don't know if I have seen a more desolate snow scene since my bomber days at Ellsworth AFB in Rapid City S. Dakota back in the 60's.

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  8. my part of Iowa has these kinds of days . . . but not these kinds of buildings! I like the photo; chilled as it is. Horse and street cars and foot traffic . . . and howling wind. Cool photo!

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