Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: April 23, 2017

Hail from a storm on Thursday this past week.

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My Entry for the Week

We had a hail storm the week.  We rarely get hail and if we do it is super small.  This hail was about double the size we usually get.  I had to take a few photos.

Hail from a storm on Thursday this past week.
Hail from a storm on Thursday this past week.
My tulips after the hail storm.
Then the squirrel came out to eat.

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Cee

54 Comments

      1. Well, fortunately, it has been bearable, but the car we bought last year has quite a number of *dimples* that could only have been made with nickel-sized hail. Glad I missed that one!

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  1. Are you serious? Unbelievable! But isn’t it wonderful seeing them? I always amazed when I saw them. It’s like someone up there has a problem with his ice making machine 😉
    Good morning and have a wonderful day, Cee.

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    1. When I lived in Colorado hail was disastrous and dangerous. Here this is the biggest I’ve seen and that is in 12 years. I still kind of laugh at our hail in Oregon.

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