Toto’s Global Warming Report

Toto was researching the permanent drought and end of snow in New Mexico yesterday. Los Alamos has had nearly four feet of snow in the past month, and are expecting more later this week.

Saw this beauty in Boulder this morning.

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12 Responses to Toto’s Global Warming Report

  1. Lance says:

    more snow there than we have here in southern alberta!

  2. spike55 says:

    Toto is such a COOOOL dog.

    Luv that disgruntled grumpy face this time :-)

    Great pic of the gorgeous bird.

    Have you considered a local showing of some of you pics?

  3. AZ1971 says:

    I’m beginning to wonder if Toto is the polar opposite of the Al Gore effect?

  4. ColdGuy says:

    I love Toto.

    Oh, and I love the site as well.

    Keep up the good work.

  5. steve case says:

    Ground is bare here in Milwaukee, and the temperature is right around freezing. We were supposed to get some freezing rain yesterday, but it didn’t happen. My crystal ball
    http://www.usairnet.com/cgi-bin/launch/code.cgi?Submit=Go&sta=Kmwc&state=WI
    says we might get some precipitation by the week end.

  6. Psalmon says:

    California’s Sierra mountains getting up to 100 inches of snow out of this next Pacific storm…

  7. Robertv says:

    The Dutch government goes full stupid.

    ‘The agreement, which is aimed at slashing carbon dioxide emissions 49% by 2030,’

    https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2019/01/businesses-will-pay-fair-share-of-climate-costs-rutte/

  8. Disillusioned says:

    Tony,
    What breed are the Totos?

    Magnificent shot of the kestrel!

  9. Frank K. says:

    For those lacking snow, please come to New Hampshire on Sunday – we will have plenty to go around – at least 12″ – 18″ depending on location! :)

    (I’m so happy I installed a 12 KW propane generator at house last year…)

  10. Rah says:

    Up in Canada. Government shutdown will effect me. Decided to take my break here at Comber, ON because it is high traffic time at the bridge. Ninty minute wait at the Ambassador and two hours at the Blue Water. The plan is to hit the bridge so 01:30 in The morning.

  11. ducdorleans says:

    your pictures are magnificent, Tony ..
    (and your work on the history of “climate change” too .. :-) ..)

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