Mid Winter Shenandoah Valley Snowfall

February’s mid-winter snowfall is lovely! Early in the day, the snow still in the air gives everything a blue tint. Later, the world is vintage black and white.

I am blessed to have such beauty around me.┬áNo matter what is wrong in the world, I’m at peace at home.

Snowy Sideyard

Snowy Sideyard

Snowy Magnolia Tree

Snowy Magnolia Tree

Snowy Home

Snowy Home

Snowy Old Well Path

Snowy Old Well Path

Snowy Willow Branches

Snowy Willow Branches

Snowy Barn

Snowy Barn

Snowy Treetops

Snowy Treetops

Snowy View

Snowy View

Snowy Wild Cherry Trees

Snowy Wild Cherry Trees

Snowy Willow Tree

Snowy Willow Tree

Snowy Allegheny Mountains

Snowy Allegheny Mountains

Snowy Trees

Snowy Trees

Tim & Sophie in the Snow

Hubby & Sophie in the Snow

*** This personal blog is comprised solely of the opinions, views, projects, and travels of its author, Stacey Morgan Smith. She is lucky enough to have loving family and friends whom she drags along with her on her adventures and whom she puts to work on her little farm. She uses this blog to help promote living in the mountains of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, from Roanoke to the Potomac River.**

2 comments to Mid Winter Shenandoah Valley Snowfall

  • Stacey. I found your web page listed above very interesting and informative. I am the owner of Ratliff Tree Farm in Timberville. My name is Delmas Ratliff and I want to thank you for the information on my tree farm. I would like to add my address to your site but I guess you have to do that, if you would. It is 19101 Ratliff lane, Timberville, Va. 22853 Thanks again. Delmas

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