In the storm

snowstorm, Ohio's Amish country

In the storm.

What can I say? It’s winter. It’s Ohio. It snows. It’s also beautiful in Ohio’s Amish country.

“In the storm” is my Photo of the Week.

© Bruce Stambaugh 2016

 

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Filed under Amish, Ohio, Ohio's Amish country, Photo of the Week, photography, rural life, Uncategorized, weather

9 responses to “In the storm

  1. What good luck we don’t live in DC where life has already stopped with an inch of snow. Guess we’re like pioneers that bravely overcome the trials of winter.

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  2. Elaine

    We had our first pretty snow of almost 4 inches yesterday. I’m really enjoying it since it has been such a mild winter, and it sounds like there is more to come on Friday. I’m glad we are retired and don’t have to contend with going out in it. 🙂

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  3. Elaine

    by the way, we live in KY south of Lexington.

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    • Elaine, It looks like you are going to get a lot of snow with blowing and drifting snow. I hope you have your food staples gathered. It might be a while until you can get out. And prepare for no power. Be safe.
      Bruce

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      • Elaine

        Bruce, thanks for the advice. Yes, we are prepared (hopefully) with food on the shelves and in the freezer. And we use a wood stove for heat, so I think we’ll be alright. Oh, and we have an army diesel generator. 🙂

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  4. trudyjohnson

    Is Neva for hire to sort, organize, and discard “collected treasures” many of which are a complete mystery as to why a treasure and why collected?

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