Mystery Photo 20060404


Today was a typical April spring day – we got six inches of snow. That’s more like it! It is a relief to know Mother Nature still has her sense of humor after this weird spring with its Global Warming exercise. Normally we still have 2′ of snow pack on the ground but as of yesterday the fields were almost bare. It’s still snowing so it will be interesting what tomorrowing looks like.

So, what is that in the photo above, how was it formed and what is it used for? After you’ve got an idea, place your mouse pointer over the image to see the answer appear. Leave your ideas in the comments. Cheers!

27째F/25째F, 6″ Snow and still falling.

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4 Responses to Mystery Photo 20060404

  1. Patti says:

    Yeaa I got it right!!!

  2. brandy says:

    To me it looks like its from a water bucket, thats the only thing I can think of. Even though I know it probably isnt and its going to be something weird, like one of the pigs built his house out of ice bricks and this is a left over.

  3. Andrew says:

    Oh boy, I’m use to those. Ours are round as we use round rubber water tubs and buckets. It’s warm enough here we won’t see them (touch wood) for another 8 months or more.

    My wife just pointed me at this blog today. What a great blog. I can’t wait till it’s warm/dry enough out so we can start making our own smores!! :)

  4. pablo says:

    I figured as much, but I can’t account for the empty inside. It is empty in the center isn’t it? How does that happen? (Or is it a Vermont thing?)

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