Donnor Pass Pictures

Joseph took most, if not all, of these photos as we drove across Donnor. It was a beautiful, snowy reminder of God’s Creation. We are grateful to have made it through uneventfully, and we are driving through Nevada at the moment, where snow can still be seen dusting the mountains. We are going to see a lot of snow over the new few weeks :-).

Sarah

 

We saw snow thrower machines that were clearing tons of snow.
See all the snow along the edges of the river?



“Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow” (Psalms 51:7).

 

6 thoughts on “Donnor Pass Pictures”

  1. I have family in Lincoln, CA, and my cousin mentioned that it was dreary and snowy there to. It is amazing as it was over 80 here today with the wind blowing 100 mph. We are praying for your trip and conferences, and please continue to pray for our landowners, firefighters, farmers, and first responders as the drought continues and the danger for wildfires remains high.

    In Christ,

    Kathryn

  2. BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS!!! I am pleased to hear that the journey is going well. Stay safe. Does it seem strange to see so much snow in late March? It looks like December/ January weather to me.
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    We were prepared that we would see quite a bit of snow on this trip!
    Sarah
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  3. Love snow in trees! Hate having to drive in it, but that’s a Vancouver snow-wuss talking. Will you be putting the courtship session on a CD soon?

    God Bless you all!
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    I don’t know if we will or not.
    Sarah
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  4. Wow, amazing photo’s. We agree from Australia, it is hard to imagine such weather, we don’t get that kind of snow even in the depths of winter down here.
    How long is the pass that you crossed?
    Glad you are making it towards your destination in good time. Seems your travels are being blessed & are a blessing to others.
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    It was a good 50-60 miles!
    Sarah
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  5. The snow is absolutely beautiful. I can’t imagine driving in it though! Praying for your safety.

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