Let it snow, let it...well, you know the rest.

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Leslie Prest, Prest Realty, Sales and Rentals in Payson, AZ

snowy evening in Payson, AZ


Payson (AZ) was predicted to get its first snow last night or today. I LOVE SNOW, AND I CAN'T WAIT!

It rained a little last night at our house, but when we woke up- clear blue sky with not a cloud in sight!

Now it's clouding up again, and the weather report still says chance of snow.

We'll see...

I took this picture last Spring, in our backyard.

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Bill Gillhespy
16 Sunview Blvd - Fort Myers Beach, FL
Fort Myers Beach Realtor, Fort Myers Beach Agent - Homes & Condos

Hi Leslie,  As a Michigan transplant I miss the distinct seasonal changes.  I like snowy weather and your pic is a great reminder.

Oct 28, 2009 07:35 AM #1
Diane Rice
Rice Prprty Mgmnt & Rlty, LLC, South Holland, IL - Lansing, IL

Seasons bring such variety.... my flowers are still blooming... not looking for snow soon!  How's your mom?

Oct 28, 2009 03:25 PM #2
Kathryn Acciari
Century 21 Real Estate - Shrewsbury, MA
Brand Ambassador and Business Coach

Snow in AZ?  Did it arrive?  How much snow do you get?  One of the reasons I stay in New England is for the snow, but if you get snow in Arizona...that could be tempting.

Oct 28, 2009 11:38 PM #3
Leslie Prest
Leslie Prest, Prest Realty, Sales and Rentals in Payson, AZ - Payson, AZ
Owner, Assoc. Broker, Prest Realty, Payson,

Thanks, Bill. I lived in the desert fo many years, and I LOVE the seasons.

Diane- I would have thought IL was colder than us. My flowers went last night except for winter pansies. Oh, well. My Mom is physically OK, but her mind is slipping more.

Kathryn- we're 5,000 ft elevation, so we're getting cold. Yes, it snowed some all last night. Very little accumulation, though. We get the best of both- enough snow to be pretty, but it goes away before it gets messy! We're cold today, but by Saturday we are supposed to be 70s.

Oct 29, 2009 06:02 AM #4
Respect Realty LLC
Respect Realty LLC - Milwaukie, OR
Brokers - Oregon / SW Washington Real Estate

I'm with kathryn, when I think Arizona, I certainly don't think snow.

 Todd Clark - www.LivingBeaverton.com

Nov 04, 2009 12:19 PM #5
Leslie Prest
Leslie Prest, Prest Realty, Sales and Rentals in Payson, AZ - Payson, AZ
Owner, Assoc. Broker, Prest Realty, Payson,

Hi, Todd. Arizona, like a lot of the western states, has both desert and mountains. Actually, the whole middle of AZ is high enough to have pine trees, cool weather, and a little snow. We're only an hour to an hour and a half from any of the Phoenix area, but we're 5,000 ft elevation.

Nov 05, 2009 03:59 AM #6
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