Stumpy and I have left dirtville and are seeking greener...ummm... EVERYTHING! We're traveling in our 1997 Ford E150 conversion van.
I've never seen anything like that in my life! Sure would prefer to see some ground fog here, snow's getting a little old.. (though I did just score another day off from college! WOOHOO!)
Isn't that neat to watch it blow away on the wind?
That was khool to see!Hugz&Khysses,Khyra
Great capture of the ground fog! Our sun is due back today. Sleepy days are over for now..
The fog with the mountains as a backdrop is really beautiful. Does it green up after you get rain? I need to send you the crust recipe, but I didn't write down your email and I can't remember which post it was in. My email is on my profile if you want to just give it to me that way. I can be slow, but I always follow through...eventually!
Sam, there are a couple of things to love about dirtville..the sky is one of them Although blue blue blue for months at a time can be a little much for a New Englander. I am NOT complaining (at the moment)I'm perfectly content in dirtville while your guys are dealing with winter!C_M, it is sooooo cool! Even better to walk or drive through it and out of it as it lifts!Khyra, your mom always posts some pretty good sky photos, too. Hows the new camera working?Brenda, we're in for some hella nice weather this weekend! Hope you get some riding in!Sandra, it may green up a little, it depends on how much rain we get when it gets just a tad warmer. The night time temps are still dipping below freezing so unless whatever is growing is proctected it will be awhile yet. And it depends on how much rain we get around that time. That said, I can tell you that our idea of green is way different than what the desert rats call green!No pressure on the recipe and I will email you. I should have thought of that!
Thats great sky :-)Wizz
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