Snow at George Washington’s Ferry Farm & Historic Kenmore

Historic Kenmore and George Washington’s Ferry Farm experienced a snowstorm on Wednesday, March 21, 20118.  Our staff took these photos of the snowfall from around the Lewis and Washington homes.

We also setup a timelapse camera at the Ferry Farm Visitors Center to capture the snowfall over the course of the storm. Closely watch the pine trees in the video below and you can see their branches droop down as the heavy wet snow weighs them down and then raise back up as the snow started to melt late in the day.

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White Snow. Blue Skies.

About a month ago on “Lives & Legacies,” we shared a gallery of photos showing snow-covered Historic Kenmore and George Washington’s Ferry Farm in years past.  That post especially focused on snowy scenes of Kenmore.  With snow from yesterday’s storm still on the ground under beautiful sun-filled blue skies, we thought we ought to share a few more snowy photos with special focus on Ferry Farm this time.

Snow Days

This year, we’ve not had a particularly photographic snow at George Washington’s Ferry Farm or Historic Kenmore… yet.  Snow eventually will come but, until then, we’re sharing some of our best snowy photos from last year and from ten years ago.