Saturday, December 30, 2006

Snow Caving!





We have had SO much snow the last few weeks, Kyle, his buddies and his dad decided it was time to make a snow cave. Normally the Youth Group at church does this up in the mountains when there is plenty of snowfall. This year we were able to do it in our yard! Because of the heavy snowfall and Ralph plowing the snow into the middle of the yard, there are areas of snow over 6 feet tall. This is where the digging began. Soon they should be able to sit, lie down and probably stand comfortably, AND they are attaching the three caves with tunnels. Hopefully by tomorrow I will be able to get lots of wonderful pictures, but here are just a few from tonight.

7 comments:

Melanie said...

Brrrr! This looks so cold! I love your new blog. It looks great! Can you send some of that snow my way?

Kristine said...

Ooh, love the pic with the snow coming down!!!!

De'Etta said...

Reading your blog will make me miss "home" but hey....it will be cool to follow. LOL

We made snow caves in our yard every year...the children were just talking about that yesterday.

Welcome to blogging.

De'Etta said...

Dody,

I can't figure out how to post on the 1 Jan photos - did you turn the comment feature off or is blogger just playing games? ::grin::

Berry Patch said...

Love all your photos. Really like how you are doing your Project 365! Lisa in ME

Stacey said...

Wow! These pictures are awesome! I can't imagine being surrounded by so much white stuff. Here in Arkansas, we are happy if we just see little flakes every once in awhile.

Queen Bee said...

The snow caves look like a LOT of fun. My kids would have a BLAST! I wish we would get some more snow.