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Had a little bit left this morning, after today high being close to 60 it will all be gone and replaced by mud.
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No snow that dirty four letter word. Sunny with a high of 71 today here in SW Idaho. I'm barbecuing.
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Brown Grass and Dust!

We need some rain and or a 4 foot blizzard or two :angry:

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Had a 5 minute snow flurry here a couple of weeks ago. Near 90 now and paired quail are wandering my yard looking for a place to nest.
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still 3 - 4"; more in the drifts and shade ....  but the sap buckets been out for more than a week ... :-)
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6" of snow and a new world of little brown land mines.

Yup; same here with the little brown land mines sown by my pup.

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Lots of snow yet in Fargo!  Hard to tell with all the blown drifts and snowplow leftovers, but my front yard still has probably 11-12" of snow...There are open areas that are almost snow-free due to Mother Nature's redistribution.

Thinking of open water and gobblers, but we have a couple more snow events on the way  :(

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From back deck that is patrolled by our pet gargoyle . Spotty snow  in yard but still some snowpack in distance, downhill in shady stream area.

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From back deck that is patrolled by our pet gargoyle . Spotty snow  in yard but still some snowpack in distance, downhill in shady stream area.

I thought you were living in a van down by the river.

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Still over 200".  Shot last Sunday.  

In the background you can see vehicles parked against a snowbank.  Since everything is cleared with rotary blowers that is snow depth and not built up snow from plows, so it is a good gauge of depth.

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I thought you were living in a van down by the river.

Modular ranch aka glorified trailer down by the stream. Same thing.

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It was bare ground, but now it is snowing.

Initial land mine removal was performed last weekend, produced half a wheelbarrow load.

I had a dog once that I never knew where it went, what a great dog.

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