This was our view this morning. This is why we don’t plant tomatoes until Memorial Day!
Posts Tagged ‘Winter’
(Photo by Marta Mitchell) Lucky snow cat made by Marta’s nephew and his girlfriend.
(Photos by Marta Mitchell) These are pictures my friend took that show a sample of what we woke up to on Saturday Feb 26, 2011
A G Scale railroad at J.C. Mickelson’s restauraunt in Nephi. I spent the week in Logan, Utah at an advanced cheese making class at Utah State University. The class was great, but very compressed, and I looked forward to getting home yesterday to digest what I had learned. Unfortunately, Mother Nature has other ideas. A [...]
An unusually cold and damp winter has resulted in more pogonip than usual: a freezing fog common when temperatures drop below zero. It’s beautiful, but also an indicator of frigid weather. Not too fa
A winter scene over at our friends at Red Acre Farms. Almost too perfect!
This morning, we received an email from our CSA that informed us the first harvest would be delayed: “This is one of the coldest springs hay farmers have ever seen here. Things grow in cold but not freezing weather. Snow on our roof May 23rd!” As you can see, things have changed: temperatures this afternoon [...]
Here’s a fun video, confirming once again what we already knew: dogs love snow!
Monday Chance Tstms Hi 65 °F Monday Night Chance Tstms Lo 35 °F Tuesday Rain/Snow Likely Hi 49 °F Tuesday Night Chance Snow Lo 32 °F Wednesday Slight Chc Rain/Snow Hi 57 °F I guess winter may not be over! From the National Weather Service http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?site=slc&smap=1&textField1=37.879583333333&textField2=-112.80625