Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Wordless Wednesday!

20 comments:

Duchess said...

Wow, you got alot of snow. We just got our first snowfall of about 2 inches with ice on top of the snow. What a mess!
'Great photo!
Happy WW

Sherpa said...

My mom's b-day is today so I decided to put this pic up early as a tribute to her. The pix was taken winter of '77-'78 in White Sulpher Springs Montana..I think. Anyway, I'm the lil' tyke all bundled up and that's my mama.

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

Brrrr. This photo is making me feel cold.
Mine is up too.

Rose said...

I knew viewing it that it was your mom. She was really pretty. Is it Wednesday already there? It is still Tuesday here.

Linda said...

Now that just looks cold! I thought it had to be old because of the Phillips 66 gas station sign in the background - do they even have those gas stations anymore??

Skittles said...

Brrrr! We're still waiting for snow here.. it's very late!

Janet said...

I have never seen that much snow at once! Happy WW.

Tasra Dawson said...

Love it! Is that a route 66 sign in the back? Reminds me of the movie CARS, my son won't stop watching it!

Wendy Ann Edwina D'Cunha e Pereira said...

looks like you'll are haing fun inthe snow... nice sot!

Ryan Velting said...

Ha! Love it!

Great shot.

Happy WW!!!!!!!!!!

Sanni said...

Such a nice shot! I haven´t seen any snow for ages - it´s *brrrr* cold in Germany, but: not a single snowflake!

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FelineFrisky said...

Hi! WW Newbie.

Wow, what a great landscape in the background! You're a cutie! Aren't photos just a great memory jogger? sigh.....D :)

AscenderRisesAbove said...

impressive - Alaska?

Shannon said...

If I didn't see the "66" sign, I would have said "Oh Canada?"

Cool photo.

Snow is so pretty when you aren't freezing your butt off in it!

Sherpa said...

That's an old Phillips 66 station in the background. That's in the lower 48. Not Canada. Either Gardner City or White Sulpher Springs. Maybe my mom will confirm location.

Hoo said...

THe only picture cuter than this is the one with you and the puppy on your dad's back...AAAAAWWWWW cute attack!

Anonymous said...

It is Red Lodge, Montana, President's Day 1978.
We entered Yellowstone sat Gardner & drove to Red Lodge through the north part of the park. At that time, they keept the road open to Red Lodge.

Anonymous said...

Oops, I was wrong. It is Cooke City, Montana. The Bear Tooth Highway betwen Cooke City & Red Lodge definitely was not open. And if it was, it would not be much fun with snow & ice.

elementaryhistoryteacher said...

I thought that might be an old picture. I'm amazed at the snow. I've never seen snow piled up like that.....would love to though....

Jenn said...

We were guessing '80s. The guys I work with are real car nerds.