Thursday, December 14, 2006

Christmas in My Neighborhood #3

Today in Minnesota History: 1821- This day is the beginning of a nineteen-day cold snap at Fort. St. Anthony. Only one day shows a temperature above zero degrees. (Reference: MNHS:ORG)

15 comments:

  1. à la fin, il y a un concours des plus belles decorations de noel ?
    j'aime bien ces decorations, elles ressemblent à celles qui se trouvent à la maison du pere noel dans le centre commercial d'evry.


    at is the end, there a contest of the most beautiful Christmas decorations? I like these decorations, they resemble those which are at the house of Santa Claus in the shopping centre of evry.

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  2. This one is much better and it won't be deflated tomorrow morning.

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  3. those are real nice....:) i do need some luck for the exams .....hehe thanks a lot....

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  4. Great shots on Christmas theme!

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  5. I am loving your neighborhood shots. You live in a nice place....except for the temperature.

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  6. that's easy mould, just fill them with snow and voila! Love it!

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  7. They are such a cute family :)
    But perhaps we can get pictures also
    this kind of family, but made by children from real snow.

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  8. Cute snow family. It's strange to see MN without snow.

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  9. A "light" family all clustered together in your neighborhood. Isn't it fun to walk (or drive) at night through the sparkling streets?

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  10. Let's hope the history doesn't repeat itself this winter! Although, after Jan 7th, you probably won't care much;-)))

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  11. Their arms are raised as if to say, "WHERE IS THE SNOW?"
    Nice photo!!

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  12. that's is a delightful snowman family Kate =)

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  13. I would call them snowmen "lite". So sorry for no snow.
    I agree with Faye that these are better than the deflated types.

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