Hmm…

I don’t think (nor do my plants) that you should get snow at the end of May. However it has been noted that the weather does not care overmuch what I think. Ah, well…

May 2007 Snow 1

May 2007 Snow 2

We broke the 1 day record for snowfall, surpassing the previous 5cm with a new 7cm record. And yes, that poor plant did survive!

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9 Responses to Hmm…

  1. Peter says:

    PS If any of the WordPress blogging folk wonder why I’m not commenting elsewhere, it is because Askimet is consigning all my comments as spam again. Hopefully normal service will be resumed shortly.

  2. pollyann says:

    Wow. Well, you got some free fertilizer. Are you in Canada?

  3. Susan says:

    Hello Peter!
    Are you certain you want to establish a community in Canada? 😉
    I can think of some warmer places a little south and west…
    How are you otherwise ? Do write when you have a chance. I’ll be around more after Wednesday and look forward to hearing what’s new!

    We have had a really wonderful journey and met with God along the way in some very special encounters. He has been so very faithful in so many ways.
    I’ve been praying for you and your family.
    Blessings to you always in Jesus!

    Susan

  4. Peter says:

    Where else, pollyann? 🙂

    Susan – heh. What can I say – this is Canada – or rather this is Calgary. We get all four seasons, it’s just they are not always where they are supposed to be!

    I am very looking forward to hearing all your stories. Sounds like you had a great trip!

    Blessings,

    Peter

  5. mcalmond says:

    Peter, sorry to hear about your snow, but rejoice with you in the survival of your plants. Thank you for your prayers and yes, once again I am sorry about the situation with your comments. Technology, isn’t it great?

    Every Blessing in the Lord Jesus Christ, to you and yours!

  6. Diana says:

    ’tis definitely climate change. We’ve just had 36mm of rain in one day (76mm at St. Catherine’s Point on the Isle of Wight), total 77mm to date, yet April had 1mm total! It’s 5 degrees below average too today, and my poor peas have been really battered. Hope your snow has gone for a few months now.

  7. Peter says:

    Hi Phil – thanks 🙂 Just part and parcel of living in Calgary! I did comment on your recent post – you’ll likely find it in spam…..

    Hi Diana – I hope the snow has gone too, though you never know, heh.

  8. code says:

    PS If any of the WordPress blogging folk wonder why I’m not commenting elsewhere, it is because Askimet is consigning all my comments as spam again. Hopefully normal service will be resumed shortly.

    Peter, you’re such a trouble-maker! 🙂

  9. Peter says:

    Actually, according to Askimet, I am a spammer. Though, appearently I’m not so bad now, they’re letting me post again 😉

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