February Snow in the Sicily Island Hills

Posted: February 12, 2010 in Homepage
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Snow Photographs taken on February 12, 2010 by Landon Powers.

Snow in the Sicily Island Hills! If you had purchased land and built a cabin as I suggested in a previous post, you would be enjoying a hot cup of tea by the window as you look out at a wonderful Sicily Island Hills snow covered view.

Lovers Leap

In open areas the snow really piled up.

Snowy Day at Lovers Leap

The National Weather Service lists over 6 inches of snow  for February 12th,reported in the villages of Harrisonburg and Sicily Island, there could possibly have been more.

Snow on stump along Rock Falls trail

Snow February 12, 2010

Oddly, the photograph above, taken just after the snow ended, and before it could melt shows Rock Falls with a slightly larger than normal volume of flow.

Lovers Leap Area Snow

Snow in the Forest above Rock Falls

Rock Falls Parking Area

"Little Bryce Canyon" after Snow

Snow on Northside of SIHWMA

Base of Old Fire Tower in Background

Edge of Lovers Leap

Lovers Leap View

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Comments
  1. Beverly Price says:

    Thanks for sharing the pictures through the Louisiana Hiking Club Yahoo group. I got to go hiking there on one of our monthly 2nd Saturday hikes and really enjoyed it! I also enjoyed your info on the birds in the Sicily Island area. I am a member of LOS and have mainly birded on Grand Isle and in Southwest Louisiana…. Peveto Sanctuary. Suggestion…lead a Louisiana Hiking Club hike in the Sicily Island area with a birding combo….Bev

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