Saturday, February 9, 2013

From Snowy Boston


Captured these images off of my son's facebook page.  He's having a great time.  Posts included a video clip of one of his friends skiing down a street in Mission Hill at 1:30 am.  Wish I was there, really.  I love snow.
MassArt, photography by Ryan Carroll

12 comments:

Boxwood Terrace said...

Those photos look familiar! You would indeed love Boston right now, Michele. The amount of snow is incredible. My street has yet to be plowed, but it has been fun to be snowed in for the weekend. No commitments, no hurrying, no place to be but together at home and we're enjoying it!
-Deborah

Hartwood Roses said...

I thought about your son, off at school, while watching video of this storm on TV news. A friend of mine was at school in Boston during the blizzard of '78, and the pictures are the same. Wow ... that's a LOT of snow!

therelishedroost said...

Yikes!!! Oh I hope this thaws out soon for you all up there!! Here's to Spring... hope it comes soon!
xo Karolyn

Francine Gardner said...

I am jealous! They got more snow than we did in Connecticut. I was the last car out of the snowblocked highway 128 in Boston during the 78 snowstorm, a good thing i learned how to drive on snowy icy roads. A freshman at the time, i was in snow heaven, skied out of my dorm and had a ball for a week. Your sun must be having a great time!

HAMPTON HOSTESS said...

My son is up at school NH--its their WInter Carnival and they finally have real snow this year--a lot of real snow! THe photos were great!

Karen said...

Holy cow that's a lot of snow!! Awesome pics! So cool that your son is enjoying it so much.

Lexie said...

That is the reason I am so glad I have always lived in California. Here it was 70 today and bright sunshine at the beach Hope your son is careful.

maison21 said...

um, brrrrrr. ;-)

pve design said...

another day at the beach....it almost looks like sand drifts all that SNOW. WHAT fun!
pve

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

I too love the snow and wish we would get a good heavy snow, just once this season!

Liz

James Curtis said...

So chilling to stroll throughout this street, hoping that it thaws soon. During this cold season of the January and February, its good to be inside the house and read books such as
the african american family reunion books and educational books, or get busy by cooking.

Susan Graves said...

Oh my gosh!Some day we gonna sink under snow.


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