Saturday, December 30, 2006

Red Scarf Project 2007

Next month is the time for mailing in scarfs for the Red Scarf Project 2007 Have you completed yours yet?

1 comment:

Pam in Tucson said...

Hi Nancy, Thanks for visiting my blog. I couldn't find an email address to reply to your comment. The photos you were looking at were taken in Connecticut in 1960 and were my longing memories of a real winter. We sometimes have a few flurries in Tucson, and the outskirts get some real snow for a day or two every few years. The Santa Catalina Mtns. to the north of us do get snow that sticks - in fact Mt. Lemmon has the southernmost ski slope in the U.S. But real snows are very rare. For photos of snow in Tucson, check out my post showing the snows of 1965 and 1972 - they lasted no more than a day. Some commenters to that post recalled a similar snow in 1987. I remember thinking that it was the first time I'd ever driven while snow was falling.