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By Anne Marie Helmenstine, Ph.D., About.com GuideDecember 24, 2012
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Well…last year we would have needed chemically-produced snow…but this year we have 20 inches on the ground!
The projects on your site get cooler — both literally and figuratively — all the time. Here’s to a white Christmas!
Ah, it’s great to know how to make my own now, but…. having the whole area blanketed in one to two feet is more fun! Happy Snow Forts and Holidays!!
The ski resorts at Tahoe make snow, but haven’t had to much this year. We’re buried in the stuff, even down here in Reno.
Yes…I guess if you need a white Christmas that bad….it would work lol! Something we won’t be worrying about this year!
That is the coolest thing ever! Of course, nature is making snow for me this Christmas, in the form of a blizzard! Merry Christmas!
Too bad you can’t just truck it from someplace that has too much, like Northern California, for instance.
My children should NOT read this article.
I am just as happy to get my snow in pictures or the news – or to viisit it occasionally. Living in it on a daily basis is not for me.
Carmen, me too! I like to visit ‘winter’ for a day to play in the snow, but I’m happy to live somewhere with a green Christmas
I love it! Great idea.
WE have the pressure washer, but luckily our temperatures have not dropped far enough to use it for making snow. too cold as it is already brrrr….
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