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Monday, December 7, 2009


The other day I was saying how the frost on the bridge looked like snow. Saturday we actually did have snow! In December! I can't even remember the last time we had snow in December in Chattanooga. Snow has gotten very scarce around here and when it does come, it is never this early in the year.

Of course, it was gone by noon. A typical southern snow event. So these pictures of snow on the bridge are rare indeed!

Here is Q walking across the bridge. I was on my bike when I encountered him. He was looking very picturesque, I think.

It seems the snow brings out unusual characters-here is Santa Cow! Santa Cow wasn't talking so I couldn't get the reason exactly why Santa Cow was out there. But, hey, why not?


bathmate said...

I liked it.

Anonymous said...

Santa Cow? Was he downtown? I could understand over by the Chik Filet or something but downtown is unusual. It was a lovely snow!

Anonymous said...

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Colleen Carboni said...

Thanks! Glad you are enjoying the posts. Now to get back on it.

ken said...

there was a lot more snow back in the
day in Chattanooga and it was always tangible amount to unlike this
skimpy 1 or 2 inches that only
last to afternoon.