Snow Storm Surprise

 

Snow Storm SurpriseYou have to like Colorado. It is frequently said that if you don’t like the weather in Colorado, wait 5 minutes. It will change. Sometimes it really surprises you. I almost hate to admit it, but the Christmas photo out my front door (to the right) was not actually taken at Christmas. It was taken about two weeks ago. I hadn’t yet taken down the Christmas lights, as we have had a pretty busy schedule. Or should I say, I am really early in getting prepared for this coming year’s Christmas season.

The extra snowfall also hit the mountains hard, which is a good thing as it looks like we may not have as much of an issue with a drought like we had last year.

On the Monday after the snowstorm, the temperatures were around 84 degrees. I kind of like that better, as I’m not too fond of cold temperatures.  I was also particularly thankful for the quick change to warmth and snow–free weather, because I had to drive over the Rocky Mountains for a Creation project with the Navigators in the Colorado Springs area.  I certainly don’t like that drive in a snow storm. But when you do a Creation ministry and are scheduled months in advance, you take the weather you get… and that includes road conditions.

 

Dave Nutting

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