It seemed it would never stop coming down~
and sideways, too!
So, I thought I'd share more of our morning!
I know, this is rare for me, to post twice in a day,
but, it kept coming, just for you.
Besides, I get so excited to see so much fresh snow
so I simply must show you how clean the world around
me looks today.
After all of these months with little snow,
we finally got what we were asking for.
The Lord just knows.
He knew we needed some moisture.
He sure has a sense of humor.
As gorgeous as what the clean slate looks,
it's heavy, wet, snowman stuff.
There are 3 cross-boards on this fence.
Yes, we got all that within the early morning til about 10 a.m.
Click on this next picture of the driveway.
Can you see where Bill drove out a few hours ago?
Somewhere under that white stuff is Andy's car.
There goes the dump plow adding salt to the road at the same time.
Andy got stuck first thing this morning, taking a vacation day so
I put him to work on the tractor to push a path. Boys like big toys.
It took 3 hours to plow the U-drive around the house.
Click this photo and you will see the mail did not go thru today.
Not for us, not for anyone.
I love this birdhouse. I'm so glad the robins were still
basking in the sun much further south.
Nice drift curling off the woodshed.
Now I was just thinking~~~wouldn't this Hydrangea make a great
There are frozen fingers everywhere,
some even touching the ground.
Even white on white has it's appeal.
You can understand how blustery this blizzard was
when the snow is even on the inside branches and the trunks.
Now, this is more like what we're used to,
but by Dec. and always in late Feb. and March.
In other words, we know when to ' hunker down '
for the Big One.
Our house is somewhere behind the trees and the snow piles.
We even have plenty of ice on the driveway under the snow.
Ahhhh, late winter, early spring, we are survivors.
But this? This we never like to see.
Looks like double trouble to me.
Icy roof~~~~has been giving us grief, but
we think we have finally found a solution.
That's another story.
Hope you didn't get any of this,
unless, of course, you too, needed the moisture.
You can thank God for that. He's such a kidder.
When Bill gets home from work,
we will attempt to find the cabin under its blanket.
It's been a pleasure.