Tuesday, March 26, 2024

March's Mirth

What a storm that was! The snow turned into a mixture of ice, sleet, rain and freezing rain - all pretty much the same in the way it compacts the airy snow beneath and creates a hard crust on top, sometimes several inches thick, making it hard to shovel and plow. And we had some traveling to do the next day ...

We encountered trees down along the back roads, traffic lights out, roads closed, and credit cards not working at gas stations because it was too cold! We've yet to finish shoveling out - plastic snow shovels just wouldn't do it.

Views from a moving car (in the passenger seat, of course) ... it was quite magical, and if it hadn't been for our prior commitment, we'd have missed out!

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