Sunday, January 4, 2009

Day 5: Trekking off to the Airport

. . .some 300 miles to drop off my daughter for her flight to Greece. She might actually get there before we get back home!





And no, I definitely did not set up a tripod outside to get these! I mean, even I have my limits!

17 comments:

CindyTykie said...

looks very messy, I don't blame you for not getting the tripod out

janett said...

Wow that's insane! But very cool.

Maria said...

Boy, that looks just awful! Very scary driving, too.

Tracie said...

OH! Brrrrrrrrrrr!

PAPA SPARKY said...

OK, Ill stop complaining about our snow here in the North West, and am I reading that Little gal right "Another Day in Paradise?" -24 Degrees???? Thats insane!

Linnao said...

Lucky daughter to fly to Greece, I love Greece! I sure hope she'll take pictures too :-) This looks soooo cold, scary to drive in! No hard feelings for not using the tripod ;)

Reds said...

That must have been a long drive back home! Yuck!

Jason said...

Hey that looks really familiar. We have been seeing a lot of that this year. Great shots, TFS

Becky said...

I just have to say that I sure don't miss these images on the trips we've had going to back to DH's hometown in ND. ich!

Bobbi said...

Holy cow that is a lot of snow, I am so afraid to drive in even a little of it. Thats so exciting your daughter is going to Greece!

Gypsy Girl said...

Holy cow. That is stay in and cuddle up by the fire cold. Greece?Greece? OMG so cool. Why? How Long? Did she take a camera?

pat said...

Oh brr, my bones ache just looking at these. Greece??? What a lucky lucky girl!

Amy said...

Wow, that does not look fun to drive in and 300 miles at that! Glad you chose to handhold these! :)

Margaret said...

Oh my goodness. Those roads look awfully treacherous! I hate driving in snow!

Raechel said...

Ahhh, Midwest snow storms!!:) Great!!!!

Jess said...

WOW, those roads make me nervous! I hate driving in the snow and ice!

Carol said...

Wow I didn't think to take photos out the window while driving through Canada, maybe because we were a bit stressed about the roads (which looked like your photos) and driving on the wrong side of the road to what we are used to.