Sunday, February 9, 2014

Snow, Snow, Snow

I-90; Snoqualmie Pass
It looks like from the moment I leave my mountain until I arrive on the west side, there will be snow. *big sigh* Any of you who see this post this morning, please pray. Today is the best day. Tomorrow it really gets "ugly."

Andi would consider this an adventure. I have front-wheel drive and snow drives with studs. But like Andi, I get into "hurry up" mode. That needs to be conquered and I just need to face the fact that this is an all-day trip and not just 5.5 hours.

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  1. Ah. Good ol Snoqualmie. I will be praying! We have over a foot of snow over here!
    ~ JT

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  2. I just prayed for you, will do so throughout the day! :)

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  3. I will be praying for your trip to go well and you to be safe.

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  4. Praying!
    Boy do we need some of that moisture in our area!
    Were DO you live???
    I've missed you all! I've been so busy that I've not been on the blog in about a month.
    When will the contest judging be available?

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    1. I live up near the Canadian border in central WA state. We don't have very much snow this year. the picture is of Snoqualmie Pass, the main I-90 East-West interstate across the state. They keep it pretty clear and open.

      The judging will come as soon as I get that book uploaded and to the printer . . . which is this week. Then I just have to wait for it to come back and then I'll notify the winners and then announce it. Hopefully by the first week of march.

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  5. I'll be praying
    who's been watching the Olympics?
    I have been

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    1. I am! Which category is your favorite to watch? Mind is team figure skating.

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    2. i like figure skating too i also like the luge (i think that's what it's called) and the bobsledding thingy

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  6. Thank you so much. I arrived safe and sound!

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    1. Oh good! Was it really bad coming over the pass, or better then you thought?
      ~ JT

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    2. It was better than I feared. It didn't snow; just the stuff already on the road. Chains for big rigs; traction tires for the rest of us. It only took an hour longer than usual to make the trip. :-)

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    3. Oh good. Glad you got there safe!
      ~ JT

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  7. Huzzah! I'm glad you got there safely!! :)

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  8. I know what you mean!!!! I have 13 inches at my house!!!

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  9. It snowed at our house too, which was sort of a shock, since we're so close to the mountains, usually snow melts by the time it reaches us and turns into rain. :)

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  10. I saw this post when it came out, though I wasn't able to comment (because the computer I was using doesn't let me) I prayed for your trip. Hope your dad's surgery went well!

    -Calamity Rene

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Let Andi know what you think!