These are rare photos - you don't know how really rare they are. I have lived in Georgia for 25 years. This is one of the three or four snowstorms we've had in those 25 years.
Nothing to the people on the east coast or in the north I know. We have 3 main differences, no snow removal equipment, all hills and curves - not much flat land - we are in the hills at the base of the Appalachian Mountains, and number three snow is great - but our temperatures rise in the day - the snow melts, and then the temperatures go down at night - making what is dangerous fro us with hills and curves - ICE!
View looking out of my driveway.
View looking out of my driveway to the right - it is so incredibly beautiful on the trees.
I do need a better camera and I have been asking around the types of camerasother use - or is it the photographer? You can tell me and give me hints.
My house - where in the attic - we have some squirrels running around keeping dry and warm - at least I hope it's squirrels and nothing else. We have done EVERYTHING. Just don't want to pay an exterinator. Any suggestions? I feel like Caddyshack - I mean we have done everything we know - there are traps of all shots, foods of all sorts in the trap ....
Happy Birthday to Tennessee Ernie Ford/Wikipedia
Over the years, Ford was awarded three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, for radio, records, and television. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1984, and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1990.
Offstage, both Ford and wife Betty contended with serious alcohol problems. He was able to work for years, seemingly unaffected by his intake of Cutty Sark whiskey, but by the 1970s it had begun to take an increasing toll on his health and ability to sing. After Betty's substance abuse-related death in 1989, Ernie's worsening liver problems became more apparent. In 1990, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. His last interview was taped in September 1991 by his old friend Dinah Shore for her TV show. His physical deterioration by then was quite obvious.
I was little, but didn't know he had a drinking problem.