Thursday, February 11, 2010

On the road for a few days

The weather's been lousy, work's been crazy, and now, I'm leaving town.

Actually we are all leaving so that my daughter can experience snow.

Sure, everyone across the country is sick of it, but one little seven year old is so excited she may just bust before morning.

So ya'll stay safe. We'll be back from the trip on Monday night, hopefully with photos of snow angels, snowmen, and maybe some sledding.

(but unfortunately, no horses)


Pony Girl said...

Do you have room in the car for me???? I want to see some snow, too! ;) I have seen none this year. I want to take pictures and walk and enjoy it's white peacefulness. I'm not giving up hope...we've had snow in April before.
Have a fabulous fun trip, can't wait to see the pics! ;)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

See you Saturday!!


lytha said...

You gave us a laugh this morning - going to see snow!?

Have you seen that King of the Hill episode where it snowed in Texas? They all thought it must be some sort of ash from an explosion or something. Then Peggy said, "Wait, wait, I know this. This is snow. Everyone inside, get bundled up!" (IIRC)

Another snow inconvenience: the poo freezes solid inside the wheelbarrow, so when you go to dump it, you have to scrape it out, bit by bit. *sigh*


Leah Fry said...

Come and see me. I'll be posting snow pix at some point.

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Have a great time and be safe

Cara said...

Yup Yup! Kids who live where it doesn't snow can get SO excited!

My son is 13 now but still can't get enough snow. His boy scout troop is going snow camping weekend-after-next. They are going to build their own snow shelters to sleep in for 2 nights. I am not going.

Wolfie said...

Have fun! I have to say that I like winter. Snow is great and as a kid I couldn't get enough of playing in the snow. I still enjoy snow, but I do get a bit tired of seeing it for 4 months!

Gail said...

I just have to look outside! I would send you some if I could. Enjoy the great snow adventure and tell us all about it.