Christmas among the Ponderosas

A few inches of powdery snow glistens on Christmas Day.

A few inches of powdery snow glistens on Christmas Day.

Today is Christmas and it is beautiful in the Ponderosa Pine forest where I live. We were lucky enough to get a few inches of snow overnight to make it a truly White Christmas. I thought that it would only be right to share my wildlife garden christmas gifts with you.

Do you see what I see? A deer, a deer hiding in the bush.

Do you see what I see? A deer, a deer hiding in the bush.

A group of deer across the street walk slowly by while I watch.

A group of deer across the street walk slowly by while I watch.

KGHolidayFB2012

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    • says

      Kevin, believe it or not it is rather rare for us to get snow on Christmas Eve/Day, even though we live in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. And this year it is especially nice since we have had very little moisture (rain or snow). So Mother Nature has given us a special gift in more ways than one!

  1. Cheri says

    Many, many thanks for your beautiful posts and pictures this year…I can’t wait to see what our new year brings!

    Here’s to you
    Cheri [Austin, TX]

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