Snowflakes on my nose...

 
Living in New Hampshire and what with global warming (that still is supposedly not happening - but that's a discussion for another time), one never knows quite what to expect for winter any longer. You probably have heard about the huge Nor'easter forecast for all of New England and so far it has proved to be spot on. Although the southern coastal region of New England has been hit the worst we are not far behind them with well over 24." What with the winds and the drifting it is hard to tell exactly how much we have gotten but these pictures might give you a general idea...
 
This is what we were greeted with when we opened our front door this morning...
 

 
Yes, that is the imprint of my front door in the snow, lol!

  
 
Still snowing at this point
 
 
 
Off to the right side of the house with snow covered evergreens
 
 

The outside glass panes of our front door

 
Close-up of some ice crystals on one of the glass panes
 
 Well, that's about it for excitement around Mossberry Cottage for today!

As always, Hugs and thanks for popping by for a visit...
 
Beth


Comments

HOLY COW!!! I hope that you have all you need for a couple of days!!!
I'm up for global warming discussions anytime!
Jennifer Shelby said…
I miss those storms! I spent most of my life in New Brunswick, and those nor' easters gave me so many snow day memories as a kid. Once our picture window was drifted over for a week, and mice made trails outside the window (due to the warmth I guess) to get above the snow line. The cats and I had so much fun watching those little guys scurry along! My mom didn't enjoy them quite as much...
gin said…
Wow! Looks just like what the news is reporting. Stay warm!!
Hi Beth
We got about the same amount of snow here in southern Ontario and it was the height of the drifts that amazed us. Today is sunny blue skies, what a difference a day makes.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
Judith
Patrice said…
Wow! We had a snow like that a few years ago. The ice crystal prints are very pretty.
Cathy said…
Winter weather can look pretty, can't it? Stay safe and warm!
Cathy
Barbara F. said…
Beth, I hope you have your power. Stay cozy and warm, looks like you'll be in for a couple of days. It was a typical February snowstorm here on Staten Island, maybe 8-9 inches of snow. xo
Patricia Krank said…
So beautiful but I feel bad for everyone without power. My daughter's elderly in-laws are in R.I. and refusing to leave their home even though it is going down into single digits tonight. Praying for everyone's safety and feeling happy to live in the rainy PacNW right now.Blessings, Patti@OldThingsNew
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Quinn said…
Looks a lot like my place today! I didn't post good pictures, though - it was still snowing and blowing when I was outside for chores. Maybe tomorrow. Stay warm! :)
Pam said…
At least you are safe at home Beth! I've been thinking of you over there since the storm has come through!! It looks very pretty, even though you may not be able to get out!! :) There may be a slight warm up coming your way. Thanks for sharing your view with us! The ice on the windows does look pretty too!
Maggie said…
Oh my! I've never had snow so deep that it molded to the front door! That is truly called "snowed in"! Love the pretty pictures that Jack Frost left you. Stay warm!
The close-up snowflake shot is so wonderfully pretty, but my gosh, I'm not sure if "pretty" can be used to describe the mountain of snow you've been hit with. My goodness, I've only been away from the East coast (after six years there) for about a year, but I had almost already forgotten (intentionally blocked out? :D) just how mountainous the snowfall can be there.

Fingers crossed that it melts soon and that spring follows right on the heels of that happening.

Stay warm and have a beautiful weekend, dear lady!

♥ Jessica
Annabelle said…
My that sure is some snow. The last photo is awesome!
Carole said…
Goodness sweet Beth, you sure did get a blast of winter. It sure has been quite a winter for most of Canada. I'm calling on Spring to make an early entrance. Hugs ... Carole
Sharda said…
Wow, that's a lot of snow. It should be pretty cold out there. I'm glad it doesn't snow out here in Suriname. We have nice weather out here.:) Love your pictures! Would you like to follow each other? I have an INTERNATIONAL scrapbooking software giveaway on my blog if you're interested.
Sending you lots of warm hugs
Sharda
Michelle said…
Yeah, I find it 'interesting' that the US is the only developed nation that does not accept climate change/global warming as evidence-based reality.

Stay warm!
Lou Anne said…
Hi Beth. Your snow looks cold but beautiful. I love the picture of the frost on the window. We had a California snow-about an inch that melted quickly. Just stopped by to say hello.
I know it's a ton of snow but it's so pretty! We haven't had snow like that here since I was a kid. Stay warm!