Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Winter in Nebraska

It was a beautiful 36 degree day in Seward, NE but schools were cancelled because of remaining ice on the streets and sidewalks this morning. These pictures were taken after I had been down to the Bank about 10:00am. After being in the house since Saturday noon, it was good to get out in the sunshine and see some beautiful ice scenes. I continue to spent time on the computer while listening to national news. There was some discussion this afternoon on the lack of a nominee for Secretary of Agriculture. It was indicated that the Cabinet appointment group realized the appearance of lack of diversity in the Cabinet and realize Agriculture would be the last chance to influence that perception. 
The small picture to the right shows our house (to the right) and our Maple and Linden trees on either side of the driveway. We had a few small branches fall off but nothing serious. The other small picture was taken of 1st street looking south from near the front of our house. While there was till a coating of ice on the street, people seemed to drive and walk very cautiously. The weather forecast is for 40 degree temperatures for much of the next week along with some more moisture. After all, it's Winter in Nebraska

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