A Big Snow

15 Jan

Friday morning when I went out to milk, we had the first flakes of snow falling.  Luckily, it was a work from home PD day.

By the time it was light enough to take a picture out the front door.

It was the kind of day you just want to experience by looking out the window.


Because it kept snowing.

And snowing.

And snowing.

Astra and Perdita were two of the few brave ones to eat outside.

By the time it was done well into the overnight, we had about 8 inches of snow, and the winds picked up to make drifts also.  And we’re frigid cold now.

a 3+ foot drift by the fence

a 2+ foot drift at the deck steps (and I love the little design)

Luckily, I should be able to get the gate open (I hope).

Let the scooping begin.  Thankfully, I have the whole weekend to get cleaned out. And I warn you that pretty much every post this week will be about the snow.  Because that’s going to be my whole weekend.

2 Responses to “A Big Snow”

  1. janicead January 15, 2022 at 5:46 pm #

    Snow is beautiful and can be a real show stopper! Stay safe.

  2. Jeanne January 15, 2022 at 6:55 pm #

    I figured you’d be getting snow again. I’m glad you were at home that day. The “design” under your deck railing is really pretty. I like it a lot!

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