Snow Fog – 28 of 30

We lived in Western New York back in the 70’s, and I recall my two older brothers building a fort deep into the snow. The exit was tricky seeing it turned into an icy slide after using it.  It was probably not that steep looking back on it, but it sure felt like it wearing my bulky winter gear.  What is your earliest memory of snow?

“Snow Fog” by Sandra Mucha | 10″ x 10″ x 1.5” | 25.4cm x 25.4cm x 4cm | Acrylic on Canvas
Sandra Mucha
Painter of Playful Perspectives and Portraitures.


  1. One that comes to mind is sledding down a hill with my brother and two friends. The sun came out, and we basically ended up soaking wet. But do you think we stopped? LOL 🙂 This reminds me of walking to Jr. High and seeing the tree in the field across the street from school. I loved that tree in winter 😉

      1. The tree, in Loveland Colorado. The sledding was in Georgetown Colorado. I grew up in Loveland. My dad liked to go for drives in the mountains, and that time Georgetown is where we stopped. 😉

  2. Blizzard of 77 in Western New York . Who could forget that one . People leaving work looked for there cars in the parking lot and it ended up they was standing on top of them . We as kids climbed up snow drifts as tall as 2 story houses and used our sleds to go down them . What a snowfall 🙂

    1. Thanks for the memories. It was a bad blizzard. So bad it inspired one of our favorite board games.. “The Blizzard of ’77” I going to check Amazon to find one for our son and family visitors to enjoy this holiday.

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