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Day 30 – January 30, 2018

We received enough snow early this morning to cause a delay.  It was also enough to create a winter wonderland in the mountains.  It’s one of my favorite scenes in the winter, especially on my drive down this pretty steep, winding road that leads to the state highway at the end.  With no cars coming at me, or behind me, I stopped to take a couple of pictures hoping to catch some wildlife or just to capture the snow covered trees that are really peaceful to look at.  I chose this shot because there is a log cabin/house actually camouflaged in the snow.  You do have to look close to find it. Because I am pretty sure if I didn’t mention it, you would have missed it!  BTW all of this snowscape was gone by the time I got back home .  Now have to just wait until the next one. Be safe out there!

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