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Set 8 of My All Time Favorite Snow Photographs --- The 2015 Hard Winter in New England
Bob Jensen at Trinity University 

This is the 11th year of my retirement in White Mountains of New Hampshire
The past several winters reinforce my belief in global warming
Winters have changed up here across the past decade

I recall those frequent below zero days that are few and far between in the past few winters
I recall those winters when 4-6 feet of snow stayed on the ground for months
I recall when I could only get to my barn on snow shoes

Now we have piddling snows of a few inches that disappear in a few days due to warm weather and even rain
We had several feet of snow in storms two weeks ago that reminded me of my early retirement years
Erika and I were in a hotel in Concord, NH when I took the photographs below
Already the snow was beginning to melt

This is the pile created by clearing the front door of the hotel

This was our car one morning in the hotel's parking lot


When we returned home Erika had to wait in the car for nearly two hours while I cleared a path with my tractor's snow blower
The pocks in the snow were caused by our frequent high winds

This is the back of our cottage where large and small wild birds anxiously awaited my casting out of their feed


Sadly, the snow only lasted for about a week before record high temperatures (over 50F degrees) arrived in the latter part of February
Our birdhouses below await the arrival of the songbirds of May
Cannon Mountain ski trails are visible to the right of Franconia Notch
This mountain uses millions of gallons of water each day to make its own snow for many of its 60 trails


My photographer friend sent me some 2017 winter pictures that I will feature in the next edition of Tidbits.




Skeptical Science: Getting skeptical about global warming skepticism ---

Other Snow Favorites

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Set 02 ---    

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The Fascinating Science of Snow ---

Great Snow Picture Slide Show ---

A Train Ride for You --- Ride.swf

My Theme Song for Life Slide Show ---


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Our address is 190 Sunset Hill Road, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
Our cottage was known as the Brayton Cottage in the early 1900s
Sunset Hill is a ridge overlooking with New Hampshire's White Mountains to the East
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