Sledding in Sammamish, Wordless Wednesday

Sledding in Sammamish, Wordless Wednesday

It's been a year since we were hit with one of the biggest snow storms the Seattle area has seen in a number of years.  A white Christmas was followed by a white New Year.  This year much of the rest of the country has been socked in with ice & snow while we are green and wet. 

 Sledding in Sammamish

Strike

Kids will always find a way to maximize their fun, garbage cans as bowling pins, sleds and riders as bowling balls.  Looks like a strike, although no one was keeping score. 

 

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Comment balloon 8 commentsDan Tabit • January 06 2010 06:54PM

Comments

Garbage cans for bowling pins.  Just when I thought I've seen it all.

Posted by Brian Brumpton, Boise Idaho Real Estate (Keller Williams Boise) almost 8 years ago

Fantastic!  Looks like a lot of fun.  We're getting new snow as I type.  Looks like a ski day tomorrow!

Posted by Bob Maiocco (8Z Real Estate) almost 8 years ago

Dan...what a great photo combo; love the Bowling pins & totally LOL at the Bowling Ball.  Glad that your post in wordless Wednesday DID include words, as I thought this was a slalom example. We are to get SNOW starting tomorrow afternoon--so far not much; proposed total for Michigan is 44" for the season-which now means Jan- March.

Barb & Sal --freezing here in our part of Michigan LOL

Posted by Barb & Sal Dragotta, Macomb County Michigan almost 8 years ago

Barb & Sal, I cheat on WW, always making a few comments.  I put most of them up for Localism and want them to be found. 

Bob, Have fun on the slopes.  We're dry and green here, but I've got slopes about 40 minutes away.

Brian, Never underestimate the creativity of kids.  I went out to find this action with no adult supervision.  Good thing too, they had fun.

Posted by Dan Tabit (Northstone Real Estate Inc.) almost 8 years ago

Dan...WOW this looks like fun.  We have had over 26 inches and expect more this weekend.  Now, I am ready for spring.

Posted by Rebecca Gaujot, Lewisburg WV, the go to agent for all real estate (Perry Wellington Realty, Adam Conrad, Broker) almost 8 years ago

Dan, I just spent the day at our local Ski Hill tearing up over 12 inches of fresh powder.  We love snow here too!  This looks like so much fun.  What a great idea for a blog.

Posted by Mary Lockman, Methow Valley Real Estate (Windermere Real Estate Methow Valley) almost 8 years ago

Looks like fun.  Our snow day here never happened.  Rain and sunshine.

Posted by Gene Allen, Realty Consultant for Cary Real Estate (Fathom Realty) almost 8 years ago

Hi Dan.  Another good one, thanks for sharing.  Aloha

Posted by Richard T. Dolbeare, R(B), ABR, CRS...Hawaii Multi-Island Specialist (KW Island Living) almost 8 years ago

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