Thursday, December 24, 2009

Season's Greetings from the Rainwater Collection System


10 comments:

  1. Now that's a unique Christmas season greetings, Susan! I like it. Happy holidays to you and yours, and all the best in the coming year.

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  2. A perfect work of art. Nothing does pristine better than snow. Have a good Christmas.

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  3. You have more snow than we do :o

    Have a wonderful Christmas and enjoy your cross-country skiing!

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  4. Icing on the cakes! Merry Christmas and stay warm.

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  5. Hi Susan, just wanted to stop by and wish you a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2010 to you and yours :-D

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  6. Jodi--Merry merry to you up there. Here's to a bright year.

    EG--Snow is pretty good at that, isn't it. I wonder if it went to school to learn that.

    VP--Merry Christmas to you and yours, too!

    Michelle--Ha! You're right. It does look like icing. Merry Christmas!

    Shirl--Merry Christmas and all the best, to you, too!

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  7. It always amuses me to no end to see that your part of Texas is often colder than my part of Minnesota!

    Thanks for sending the snow our way - finally left the autumn drought and now have something near 20 inches on the ground. Unfortunately it is also 34 degrees here and the snow was mixed with rain (and a bugger to shovel it was so heavy with moisture).

    Love the garden updates and seeing your plans for compost bins and chicken coops. My neighbor is an avid gardener - and is willing to spill over to my yard, saving me from my low-energy attempts to landscape. We discuss sharing chickens... maybe some day.

    BTW - we met years ago when you co-led a trip to the BWCA with my brother-in-law Jordan. On his latest visit he introduced me to your blog and I have been lurker ever since. Decloaking today to wish you a Merry Christmas! (even Jordan, in Nebraska, has colder weather than we do in Duluth! What is the world coming to?!?)

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  8. wildknits--Yes, I remember you! What beautiful country you live in up there in Duluth. I'm glad you found the blog (via Jordan) and decided to de-cloak. I hope you stick around and feel free to chime in once in awhile. Merry Christmas!

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  9. Now, when all the snow melts, how do you make sure to capture it in your rainwater system??

    I have had the weirdest craving to eat some snow (literally) lately. Guess I'd better head for the hills, none here yet (and I'm not complaining)! Lovely photo.mo

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  10. Karen--The rainwater system is full! All the more reason for more tanks.

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