Monday morning Peoria greetings to one and all!
Well we got the first snowstorm for the coming winter season yesterday and it was a little more than the local weather people had bargained for with their forecasts. In the Peoria they had talked about maybe an inch or so of snow in the morning and then the snow would turn into rain for the rest of the day and all the snow would melt. Needless to say the rains never came, but the snow sure did! When it was all said and done, I’m thinking that we got 4″ or 5″ of snow on Sunday. I guess that winter is here!!!
One of our stops back in October was the ghost town of Minerva in Central Nevada. It’s one of those places that you have to plan your visit, because it’s not on the way to anywhere. Minerva is about 60 miles Southeast of Ely, Nv. and the buildings there are the remnants of an old Tungsten mine that shut down back in 1940.
Jan’s photo this week is from the ghost town of Minerva and my photo is from a wind farm just North of Minerva.
Thanks as always for taking to the time to check out our work and we hope that you have a great week to come!
Kev and Jan
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