Morning, Before the Road

Snow came last night, legitimizing calendar’s claim of winter. Beautiful white equity, blanket of ease, of calm.

Published in: on January 17, 2008 at 8:06 am  Comments (4)  

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  1. You want to borrow Sam. He’ll show you calm should not be part of the description 🙂

    Response from Steve:
    That’s funny! I’ll bet he was completely engaged in the whole snow event.

  2. I’ll bet your hike was beautiful.

    Response from Steve:
    Hi, Sarah. It was, but it didn’t happen in the snow. My group met in Charleston for a city hike, something they do usually once in our 9-month season. I will probably post about it soon, giving some details. It was raining there. I only got to enjoy the fallen snow for a few hours as I was driving to the coast.

    Thanks for writing.

  3. I’m glad to hear your hike was nice in spite of the rain.

    What was Faulkner’s reaction to the white stuff?

    Response from Steve:
    Hey, Kimberlee. Faulkner doesn’t seem to pay much attention to it. If we had enough to accumulate several inches deep he might notice it more.

  4. Well, I have to say that I am insanely jealous of your witessing of snow. I just wrote in my last entry about how much I miss the snow up in Alaska. I hope you got to enjoy it to the fullest. All we get out here in California is rain, rain, and a little more rain.

    Response from Steve:
    Hi, Sarah. I enjoyed it while it lasted, which was not long. This past Saturday night it snowed again, but it was gone before the next morning.

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