It feels like the snow has been around forever but in reality, it’s week 2. The temperature is above freezing today at slightly below 40 degrees. Just yesterday, there was a heavy snow fall mid-afternoon. Some might say the snow storm is officially over. It’s hard to believe it though when many side streets where snow plows will never visit are rutted with channels of snow. And most of the retaining wall of my yard is still completely covered. Not to mention the plants that were put in the ground early last summer. I haven’t seen most of them for days. The terrain around town changes all the time: bare pavement, thin layer of compacted slush, thick virgin snow, and mini-mountains piled up by snow shovels. The buses are still chained up. The bus I got on earlier today should have required passengers to wear ear plugs because the chains were banging constantly underneath.
One good thing I can say about this snow storm is its endless opportunities for photos. I must admit my hubby and I have already went too far with the digital camera.
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