For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
wow! that looks like some great snow fort material! of course, you've got to get out of your house first! :)
When was the last time we had to shovel windows? This storm not only dumped a ton of snow but the wind may for some incredible drifts. Hope the back feels better tomorrow and stay warm!
I was just looking at the picture over on Mark's blog. Man you guys got it. Just think, by June this will all just a memory.
Yes, Alan... You have had quite the week of snow! It kind of looks like Utah... ha. Just when you get the deck shoveled...it starts all over again. Bring on Spring!
loks like a good excuse to get busy on the vice. that red bird ooks like it should loive in a tropical rain forest.
Hi Alan!Looks like here were I live! The snow plover was out this morning to make it possible to get out and take yourself somewhere. Lovely birds! Stay warm and be careful!Friendly greetings,Mats Olsson
AlanIt looks like you are going to be moving snow for a while. What was the final depth? I would guess it is packed fairly well. Take care
I see you weren't kidding. My road was finally plowed this morning and the power came back on at 3.
Wow, it's been awhile since I saw a snow like that in Colorado. I could use the snow day...come on snow!
We made out well down here in stamford with only 15-18 inches. Most of the people i work with live in the milford area and still can not get out of their driveways, so i am at work for the next few days. Hope you make out well with all the snow.
Pretty impressive snow combings there Brk Trt..