Wordless Wednesday: Snowbank Fun

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Wordless Wednesday (1.15.14): Snow Bank Fun by Jennifer Barbour

snow bank fun

Wordless Wednesday (1.15.14): Snow Bank Fun by Jennifer Barbour

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  1. Those are some serious snow banks! We don’t get them that big here in Toronto, but growing up in Montreal, that was the average size!!
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  2. I love seeing snowy landscapes just as long as it doesn’t stick around long, but in your area I know that sticky around it does for a looooong time. lol Looks like great winter fun for the kids. :) Happy WW!
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  3. Deb Nance says:

    I’ve never seen so much snow! Amazing.

    Here’s my Wordless Wednesday: Oregon!

  4. That is a lot of snow and ours seriously is gone and non-existent now. All the rain and warmer weather we have gotten in the last few days melted the last of our snow here.
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  5. I guess Maine snow banks are more than a mile high! What wonderful, magical memories for your children!
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  6. Those are some big snow banks you guys have there! My boys would want to be up on top of them, too!
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  7. I forgot to add, in these frigid temperatures I am inside longer working by my writing and using all social media. Long hours means I sure could use an RAV charger for all our laptops, iPads and iPhones. I can dream, can’t I?
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  8. That is a huge snowbank!! The kids must have had a blast with it! I really want to win that RAV charger – it would be a huge lifesaver during the soccer season!
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  9. That looks like a blast!
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  10. Really beautiful shots. I love the “shadow people” shots when the brightness of sky and snow black out the features, but you can still make out that it is certainly a human being up there!
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  11. Now that is some serious snow! And look at those happy faces! LOVE!
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    • Very happy. Particularly because it was the first non-subzero day we could get outside and play. It was 29 and felt so warm. Lately it has been raining and in the 40s (not normal), so the snowbanks have gone down a bit.

  12. OK – THAT’S what I miss about snow! The kids, the climbing! The pretend play. Yes….that’s what I miss. Great shots!
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  13. Those are some CRAZY snow banks!!! WOW!!! How is the weather over there now? I know you have had your share…
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    • It’s warm and springlike. And I’m starting to get sick. We still have a lot of snow on the ground, but it’s been in the 40s. So deceiving in the middle of January. This is when the true winter weather starts to kick in.

  14. embracing winter!
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  15. That is crazy snow! Lots of fun for sledding!
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  16. I had never come across a snowbank until I moved to Stockholm. On my first day in a rented apartment, I was idly looking out the window, when I saw a ‘daycare crocodile’ (when they walk something like 20 tiny people all holding onto a bright coloured rope-thing) coming up the street towards me. I hadn’t noticed the snowbank up against the side of my building until all 20 toddlers suddenly broke ranks and made a run for it – leaving 4 harassed teachers to attempt to round them up and get them back in line (imagine trying to put 20 kittens back in a box). It was highly diverting, and one of the things that made me fall in love with my adopted country!
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  17. This looks like so much fun!!!
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  18. A little here to the party, but I made it :). Looks like the snowbanks here :) If we all chant Come on Spring do you think we could get it here a little early?
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    • The weird thing is that we’ve had a warm snap and I’ve been hearing singing birds the past couple of days. They’re going to be pissed once they realize it’s only mid-January!

  19. Not many people see it, but there is so much beauty in power lines. I have countless photos of power lines alone. Maybe it’s just me but I find them fascinating when captured in photos.
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  20. Lovely!! We are heading out west to ski next week and I can’t wait to be excited for snow, esp. now that my son is 2 and will get how much fun it can be.
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  21. Gorgeous photos! We have had alot of snow this year but have not been able to play in it yet. : (
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  22. Seriously some snow banks! Thanks for sharing via #LOBS. You say it is all ice now? Yuck! ~A~
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  23. We have had more snow this winter than in my children’s lives combined up to this point! After being snowed in for 8 consecutive days, I spotted a post on Facebook from a friend who used to be a Marine. He had showed his son how to dig a snow cave, I showed the post to my son and inspiration was born. He and the neighbor boy spent 2 days, off and on, out in the snowbanks made by the plows digging ‘caves’. He was so sad when it melted. (I, on the other hand, was NOT!)
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