One of the reasons I chose to move to Oregon from Colorado was because I was informed it rarely snows. I was told that when it does snow, it is usually a couple inches that melt by noon.
You can imagine my “excitement” when I found massive amounts of snow and extreme cold.
So I’m jumping on the band wagon and sharing some of my favorite snow related photos.
The campus was littered with snowmen and kids throwing snowballs at passing cars, so I did my best to avoid it at all costs.
One interesting thing about exploring when there is snow out is though the sun sets rather early, the snow covered ground keeps everything much brighter, much later.
I don’t know why, but I just like this next photo.
No night-time, snow photo trip would be complete without a visit to the Jock-Box on the way home.
I suppose the snow is a blessing in disguise, as it is keeping me indoors and working on papers and presentations as the term ends. However, I was disappointed at how beautiful everything looks in the snow.
Go away snow. Nobody likes you. You’re beautiful. I hate you.