You may or may not have heard that it snowed in the North-East yesterday. Understatement, right? It was a really big storm. Lots of blowing snow. Many people received much more snow that we did. I hope that they all made it through safely! However, this morning the sun is shining (though it is very cold) and I went out to take a few pictures to share…
So grab a coffee or hot chocolate and take a peak! Remember that you can see a larger image by clicking on the photo.
Peter starting the big task of shovelling us out.
It is much deeper in areas where it drifted…this was the sheltered area beside the house.
The view from the back porch
The car in the drive
The drift beside the car is not too deep.
This is what the back of my car looked like when I got home last night…
You can’t even see the steps (good thing we don’t use this entrance)
Drift around one of our big maples
You can’t even see the stream (but you can still hear it gurgle)
Love the shadows of the trees
Those are my tracks
After the plow had been through
Panorama of the back of the ole homestead taken from Gun Club Road
Sunshine after the storm…lovely!
This is the drifting around Peter’s workshop
View from the road
The view from the street corner
The view from Miller Road
Panorama from Miller Road
Patterns in the snow carved by the wind
Our front yard
View from the driveway
This planter is 18″ high
Snow and drift patterns
Hope you enjoyed these – I have to go and make hubby a hot chocolate now! 🙂
Until next time…Connie 🙂