Wednesday, February 11, 2009

A Trashy Post


I try to blog once a week.  It was Savanna's birthday last week and I have been too sick to compose a post worthy of her day.  So until I can recover enough to concentrate for more than 30 seconds at a time,  I thought I'd share a photo of just one of the many many snirt (snow + dirt) piles that I frequent on my way through town.  I am looking forward to eating watermelon on it's peak on the 4th of July.  Just trying to be optimistic. 

4 comments:

Sijbrich said...

Yeah, we've still got some snirt around here, too. Your snirt is prettier, though. all the mountains in the parking lots that I've seen here have been all black, but you captured a nice one that at least has some resemblence to maybe a styrafoam mountain that you might see at Disneyland or something.:-)

Joal said...

That pile looks really appetizing and clean. Sonora and I went Snirt mound climbing the other day. It was pretty fun; we climbed about 8 or nine mounds in a gigantic strip-mall parking lot in Moscow, ID. However, the piles we were playing mostly still looked like snow. They were not nearly so pretty at the one you found.

Lucy said...

That's nasty. One thing I love about where I live is that the snow seems to stay really white. Even the stuff to the side of the road. Snirt - you better copyright that!

Curtis said...

I feel your pain in regards to the illness. Period.