Garden of snow….

The South (South Eastern United States) is covered in a blanket of white this morning.

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Cast iron plant

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Nandinas

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Palmetto

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Butia palm

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Gus is always sniffing around…

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The back garden.

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Gus has decided to take the day off!

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12 responses to “Garden of snow….

  1. That is a lot of snow though,!!! I can relate to your lovely dog. 😉

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  2. Your part of the South got hit hard. We had sleet, rain and a few flurries. Everything was closed down.

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  3. Your snow is all over the news here. Drive carefully!

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  4. I’ve heard all about your snow. Be careful out there! Looks like we’re going to get some on Sunday. 😦

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  5. That’s quite a bit of snow for your location. I still remember having to drive home from work on “black ice” several times when I lived in Chicago. Don’t want to even think about this winter there this year. Drive safely if you do go out!

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    • Yes, it is! The Northerners here don’t realize that our snow is always hiding a layer of ice underneath so it’s funny when they complain about how we freak out with only an inch or so of snow but once they try to drive on it they understand!

      The Research Triangle Park attracts a large amount of pharmaceutical and biotech people from around the world so we have a very diverse community here! Not to mention the University of North Carolina, Duke University, and North Carolina University crowd!

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