A traveler back home. But where is home? Home of the adventurer is in the distance.
We've had a very dry December so far and will probably set a record. We won't get snow - that's a given, but we might get rain. Merry Christmas!Leslieabcw team
Cold enough for winter in ALB,, but not much snow.ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Looks like a nice amount of snow. Pretty, but not dangerous.We are supposed to have slightly warmer weather on Christmas Day, so we probably won't have snow.Merry Christmas to you and your family!Kay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel
I like the bold graphic quality of the sign.
Looks like we won't have any snow for Christmas in southern NH this year. I also chose Winter but had to post pictures from last year.Merry Christmas!
And we never get snow at Christmas on the Mornington Peninsula! It's supposed to be summer but I'm still wearing a jacket! Sometimes though, on Mount Wellington outside Hobart in Tasmania, it is cold enough to get snow even in summer!A great, bold sign and the snow seems to stick well!
Hey! Maybe YOU will have a white Christmas. I fear ours here will be brown.
I really like this - showing just a little bit of snow on the road!
It's a wonderful graphic sign! No snow here in Toronto and probably a green Christmas ahead!
Alway good to see snow photos, we get precious little of it here in Melbourne.
we had snow for Halloween and none sincegreat shot
What does this sign actually signify? Is it for a "no through road"?
It looks cold - I'm glad to see someone with snow - we have none, and probably will not get much anyway. Oh well! At least we get a lot of rain to make up the difference.
I really do like this sad End sigh....very unusual compared to the USA. Looks pretty darn cold over there, thought it is NOT a nice warm day here, either. Cold and rain. Happy holidays from across the pond. genie.
Thanks for all your comments. I realy like to know what you are thinking about a picture.We had snow only half a day. Rainy now and to warm for snow at Christmas.This sign means indeed "no through road".Merry Christmas to you all.
I just love the first snow!
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