I’ve yet to wade out through the 9 or 10″ of snow I presumably believe we got yesterday, to snowblow it out of where we don’t want it; if it was up to me, I’d snowblow it up to Canada! Fortunately, wind following the system didn’t blow the presumably 9-10″ into serious drifts.
But, it is a beautiful morning–though only around 0-degrees- with a blue sky and bright sun reflecting off the pure white thick blanket of fluffy snow. I’ll wait a couple of hours for it to warm up (high in the low-30s) to venture out in time to clear a pass for our “mail-lady”, Jody, to easily access our mailbox–can’t help considering her as a good friend; she a very nice lady, friendly as can be and goes out of her way for us!
I’ll break open my hand warmer packs, don my winter garb and wade through the new snow once again in just a couple days, but not before my morning coffee. I’ve compared day-to-day photos Shirley took of how things change from ‘day-to-day’ in Wisconsin. Roger