Thursday, October 1, 2009

WINTERY WONDERLAND

This is what it looks like here today in Bozeman, MT after is snowed yesterday.  The valley snow has melted but the mountains are still a beautiful wintery wonderland. 

In these pictures you will notice below the snow levels, fields of wheat.  There are literally wheat fields every where.  Thousands of acres of wheat fields. 

Anyway, I thought these pictures were beautiful as it shows the contrast from snow to wheat fields to green trees that still have not changed colors. 












I am not real excited to see snow this early in the year even though it does make nice pictures.  Come on!  September 30th?  What happened to fall?  Two days ago we were at 86 degrees, yesterday we didn't get above 45, and today we are not much over 50 degrees.  Tonight its supposed to drop down to 26 degrees!!!   You think I would be used to it by now after living in Utah all my life, but I will be honest, winter is not my favorite season except for Christmas.   And lets not even go there yet! 

7 comments:

Tiffany said...

We had the same mountain snow on the Oquirrh's. I couldn't believe it. It's way to early to snow!!! What happened to fall?

Lara said...

I'm with you! The snow the weatherman said was coming never did, but it went from 70 degrees to FREEZING overnight. I wasn't quite ready.

Sher said...

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Raisingarrows said...

Sending these pics to my dh...he's missing the mountains (and snow on them is icing on his cake!) We're getting some nice fall weather here.
Blessings,
Amy @ Raising Arrows
ps-thanks for stopping by the blog!

Erin said...

It really is beautiful! But yeah, I'm not ready for the cold weather yet :)

Kristy said...

Mmmm...I love the changing of the seasons and the first snow is always a little fun for me, even if it comes early. That being said I'm glad we are still just beginning our fall and the first snow can wait a little longer :)

R Max said...

I can't even IMAGINE 26 degrees howerver, I am spending Christmas in Austria and I have NOTHING to WEAR! Me and snow are not well acquainted...