Sunday, December 10, 2017

watch out


Some of the snow and sleet gathered on the roofs began sliding off last night.  You have to be careful  where you walk.




23 comments:

  1. Brrrr....it looks so cold. Hope you both are staying warm. Have a blessed day.

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  2. Hi Bill.

    Snow is beautiful to see, but also dangerous for sliding out.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  3. And all that stuff is now coming over to us.

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  4. The hazards of winter are upon you.

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  5. Winter has really started now, here too!

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  6. ...you need snow grippers on the roof.

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  7. You do have to be careful this time of year. When I worked in Chicago is a sky-scraper that has a diamond shaped slanted roof. During the snowy season they used to have to close the sidewalk below that roof because of sliding snow and ice.

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  8. We are having the first snow of the season here today, so we have to be careful too :)

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  9. Love your photos, I miss the snow so much.

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  10. Oh wow, Bill that looks really cold

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  11. Not what I expect to see there, Bill! We have had no snow here yet but it is supposed to come in tomorrow night.

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  12. Something we're quite familiar with here, Bill. We got snow in the night again. This might be the one that sticks around.

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  13. Brrrr! One of my least favourite parts of winter is walking on icy surfaces...I shuffle like penguin. It seems to help.

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  14. Yeah, that would be quite a surprise to walk under a load of falling snow! I don't even think I could walk through it anymore -- out of practice.

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  15. Both the photographs induce chilling!

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  16. I've been to Ireland several times but I suppose not it winter. Still, this is surprising. Is the Gulf Stream weakening?

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  17. I whine about our cold weather but at least so far we haven't had to deal with this icy misery. Stay safe and warm!

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  18. Wet snow---the worst. Maybe no snow for us---yay!
    MB

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