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This is an amazing picture!
We took full advantage of our snow day today by going out and playing in it.
Now that’s the right spirit. Unfortunately, I’m still recovering from foot surgery and find myself limited and confined.
Well, it looks lovely well past the evergreens. They don’t look so happy with the weight of the snow.
Our snow was heavy yesterday too. They call it “heart attack snow”…I know why. Gees, there wasn’t much, but DANG it was heavy!
The cedars bow in homage to the snow. Moisture from on high to feed the roots below.
Here I sit with my foot elevated and a smile on my face. No heart attack for me. My doctor won’t let me go out and play in that snow.
Snow day ‘sno day to be out and about. Or oot and aboot, as your neighbors to the north might say.
I agree with your sediment. The maple leaf influence is not that strong in our speech patterns in this part of the state.
Made me shiver just looking at them!
The temp is just above freezing, which means the snow is very heavy. It also means that it is already slowly melting.
Beautiful! But I’m thinking you might have had more than you wanted.
Your thinking is right on target. As usual! Neighbor Al plowed the drive this morning, for which he was appropriately paid.