Sunday, June 7, 2009

Woke this morning to the sound of light rain on the roof which is a pleasant sound not often enough heard in this dry country. The temperature was 40 degrees and has been steadily dropping throughout the morning. Is now 32 and big snow flakes falling. Is even getting white out. This bedraggled wet Mule Deer Doe came slowly walking down my road browsing away as she went. She is taking this June weather in stride. Is to snow during the day today and snow at night the next 4-5 days with rain during the day. even with all the rain the river continues to slowly drop. Still high but looking a lot better than a few days ago.
Well it snowed just enough to get the grass and cars white but I see some vehicles coming off the pass with 3-4 inches on top.

5 comments:

Lynne E. Windsor said...

Thanks for following my blog Gary. I am very impressed by your Mule Deer painting. Very ambitious! I have never quite made it to Montana... hopefully one day I will get to see those big skies!

Lynne E. Windsor said...

Whoops, I meant Wyoming! I am British... does that mean I am forgiven?!

Gary Keimig said...

sure.

Wil said...

Gary. Snow in June? A chilling thought. ;-)
Does it usually drop down like that in your part of the world during this time of year?

Gary Keimig said...

This is actually pretty typical for June.