Revisiting Joseph’s Best Blog Posts Of 2015: Our little snow covered mountains

Back in February, I wrote a blog post entitled “Our little snow covered mountains.”  In it, I talked about the two snow-covered mountains that we had in our backyard.  I really enjoyed looking at them last Winter.  Will we see any snow-covered mountains in our backyard this Winter?  Maybe. If you’d like to see this … More Revisiting Joseph’s Best Blog Posts Of 2015: Our little snow covered mountains

Revisiting my past blog posts (Our little snow-covered mountains)

This week, I will be away with some of my relatives … and I will not be able to write some new blog posts for you guys. So, for the next few days, I’m going to “revisit” some of my top blog posts that I have written down since I started writing these blog posts … More Revisiting my past blog posts (Our little snow-covered mountains)

I’ve decided to show you our third snow-covered mountain after all!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! A few days ago, I said in a previous blog post that I also had a third snow-covered mountain in our backyard. At first, I didn’t want to show it to you guys, but today, I changed my mind … and I’ve decided to show it to you after all. It’s … More I’ve decided to show you our third snow-covered mountain after all!

There was a THIRD snow-covered mountain in our backyard, too?!?

One day, as I was walking outside in my backyard, I noticed that we actually had a third snow-covered mountain in our backyard … and it was underneath our deck. I hadn’t seen the snow-covered mountain before until I actually got to see it outside for myself for the first time earlier this week. I’ve … More There was a THIRD snow-covered mountain in our backyard, too?!?

Let me ask you a question about our snow-covered mountains today!

In recent months, several of my blog posts have been about my two snow-covered mountains, which are still in my backyard. Spring doesn’t officially start for two more weeks, but the temperatures will thankfully begin to go up next week … and gradually, both of my snow-covered mountains will be gone. I’m going to ask … More Let me ask you a question about our snow-covered mountains today!

Not even 40-degree temperatures could melt our snow-covered mountains away!

I didn’t go outside last evening, but according to my smartphone, the temperature outside was around 45 degrees or so … and I looked at that temperature at around 7:00 or so last evening. As I was walking out to my backyard this morning, I noticed that our snow-covered mountains were still there … and … More Not even 40-degree temperatures could melt our snow-covered mountains away!