After running errands yesterday morning, I decided it was time to head up the hill to the horses' ranch. My German Shepherd, Rommel, saw me getting ready and was begging to go with me! He likes to go along, so I put an extra blanket down in the back of the car. He actually RAN out to the car and jumped in! Silly boy! I gathered my cameras and headed off. By the time I drove to the foot of the mountains, it was misting. Then, it turned to rain. I noticed a LOT of cars coming down the hill with snow on them. The clouds were quickly moving, too. About halfway there, the rain stopped splattering on my windshield and everything was quiet. SOMETHING was coming down, however...little snowflakes! It was so pretty. I pulled over and took some photos and so did another motorist going the other way. In the 35 years I've lived in the desert, this is only the second time I've driven through a snow storm. When I got to the ranch, the horses were wet and I gave them some carrots and their sweet feed. Brrrrrrrrrr!!!!! The forecast this week is for snow down to 3,500 feet (the horses are at 4,000 feet) today and tonight, then a couple days of clearning, then another storm coming.