Snow

I woke to this, unfortunately, everything was encased in clouds, so I couldn’t get a shot of Cone Peak.

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Yes, that is a Meyers Lemon on the right with two lemons on it. Frozen lemonade, anyone?

 

~ by bigsurkate on February 26, 2017.

16 Responses to “Snow”

  1. Check out our snow Thurs east n West coast ridge road Burr! 

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  2. What next, avalanches?

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  3. Wow!! Hope you are toasty inside.
    I saw Cone Peak all white from our place (Coastlands) at 6:45am – little white cone head in the distance

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  4. WOW!! Stay toasty!!

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  5. Kate…what elevation is this?

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  6. I can see the snow up the hill from here. That’s close enough for me.

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  7. Never rains but it snows!

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  8. Kate, Do you photo any wildlife that shows up on your deck?

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  9. 3200′

    bigsurkate

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  10. They don’t show up on my deck or close by because of the dogs. I have lost dogs to mountain lions at night years ago. Now they are in an hour Before sunset. And I saw a coyote try to entice one of my dogs out past his boundary, and I have seen foxes and the usual other critters – including one of Sammy Avila’s bulls one time, and a 1/2 dozen rattlesnakes or more.

    bigsurkate

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  11. About where is this? And where might be the closest/most accessible snow from Monterey after the storm of Sunday??

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  12. This is not accessible. I would try Jack’s Peak, maybe??

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  13. Jack’s peak? In Monterey? I hike there all the time, highest elevation is only 1,048’… definitely no snow there

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  14. Kate,

    I can still see snow patches on mountain tops from CV Airfield- for a better view better pack a good pair of binoculars.

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  15. Snow still in the mountains behind Carmel Valley.

    bigsurkate

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  16. The mountains behind carmel valley as in just due east of carmel valley road? Or up by chews ridge?

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