Woke up to this: 7:40 am and only 29.1º
Then there was my solar panels:
And the plants and Lady:
And the deck:
I always enjoy a photo with snow and the ocean in the same frame.
And here are ia few my son took. The first is looking back up at our mountain top
17 thoughts on “And there was snow…on 2/22/22”
Really enjoyed these photos! What a gorgeous view you have. My husband says there is only one thing wrong with your view – “you’d never want to go anyplace else.” 🙂 Hope your plants recover OK. Lady is looking so elegant. Thanks for a touch of Big Sur snow.
Great photos! Looks wonderful!
Sorry, snow and Pacific: Lady is the star of this show! Thank-you for sharing, Kate.
Reminds one of Bill’s rope tow on Santa Lucia?
Could you please tell me which Ambient weather station that is? Great photos!
Richard, it is the WS 2000
simply beautiful!!! thank you so much, BIGSURKATE!
I’m in CT. 65 today and snow Storm headed here for the weekend. I remember snow on the Sand dunes around Monterey Bay when I was a kid.
Great pictures, I can remember the great snow in 1962. It cancelled the Bing Crosby golf. Thanks for sharing.
Ocean view with snow… Pure delight! Loved the Plaskett Ridge shot in particular.
We had a whole inch of rain yesterday with a smattering of hail in there, too. No snow though.
The ocean and the snow. Lovely views!
Here in northeast Oklahoma, it’s right at 20 degrees with about an inch of sleet on the ground. More sleet with freezing rain to continue through tomorrow afternoon. Thanks for sharing those beautiful pictures Kate. Your patio has such a fantastic view. Can you adopt a big, old, and liberal man to guard it? Take care all!
Me too on the wx station. Does it have precipitation measuring?
Thank you for posting your wonderful photos. 🙂 It keeps us living in the now.
Ambient WS 2000, and yes precipitation. My total for this season is not accurate as I got this late in the season, but next year?
We had snow in the winter of ‘85 too if I remember right … maybe even a few more times after that when I lived on lower Greenridge.