Post 762: “S’no kidding…!”

Here’s what we woke up to in Western Nebraska this fine Mother’s Day:

Not Dougy's first rodeo, yet he always wants to be the first kitty to inspect new snow.

Not Dougy’s first rodeo, yet he always wants to be the first kitty to inspect new snow.

As usual, there's a nicew drift on the driver's side. If I believed the forecast, I would have backed my car into the parking spot to avoid the drift.

As usual, there’s a nice drift on the driver’s side. If I believed the forecast, I would have backed my car into the parking spot to avoid the drift.

New snow and Sasquatch sightings abound!

New snow and Sasquatch sightings abound!

Terrified kitties flee the terrible big feet of Sasquatch!

Terrified kitties flee the terrible big feet of Sasquatch!

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16 thoughts on “Post 762: “S’no kidding…!”

  1. Wow. Snow on Mothers Day. I hope it is the last gasp of winter for you. I enjoy seeing Dougy inspect the new snow. Oh, it’s that white stuff again… well, I’ll be darned, he says.

    • The kitties were underfoot all day, and Sasquatch started to wish they’d go somewhere and take a kitty nap. Eventually, things settled down, and no kitties got squashed!

    • That’s pretty much how we felt about it, too. They got over a foot of snow north of here in the Black Hills of South Dakota, but we got much less. The stream through the Central Park became a river for a day when the snow melted, though, what usually happens when there’s lots of snow or rain..

  2. Ugh, The weather is crazy this weekend throughout the nation but I think I would cry if there were snow on the ground here in west central PA. As it is we are topping 80 today, which is very strange for early May.

    • Snow in May isn’t typical, fortunately, but, obviously, not impossible. I remember snow on July 4th one year, in fact. Of course, it melted by the time it hit the ground, but it definitely was snow in the air.

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