Thursday, March 09, 2006

chubby snow

We are in the middle of a strange March snow.

Not a big deal to the eastern reaches of the country, I am sure. But around here it is odd and fun.

Big chubby flakes coming down. So big I can see them reflected in puddles, looking like the snow it "bouncing" when it hits the ground.

Also big enough to see higher up. Looks like a swarm of locusts. Or what I imagine a swarm would look like. Can't remember if I've ever been in one.

Dad? Any swarms over Riyadh when we were there?

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At 5:50 PM, Blogger Jeremy said...

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At 6:02 PM, Blogger Jeremy said...

From Dad:

Swarms of HashHouseHarriers are the ones I recall....every weekend....Thursday and Friday..

OK, also 'swarms' of sand particles from time to time.

Oh, yeh.not really swarms, but one at at time, several Scuds each night around 10PM cruising in from up north in Jan and Feb of 1991.

 
At 6:02 PM, Blogger Jeremy said...

Nice try, bub. ;?p

 

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