The Snowstorm we had a couple of weekends ago really slowed me down. This is a view looking down my driveway. Our cars were buried under the snow and I couldn't open the doors to my house. Total snowfall was about 3 feet and snow drifts on my roof were 8 feet high in some spots. I spent the entire weekend shoveling around the house and raking snow off the roof. It seems weather patterns are changing because major storms of all types are becoming more common. I don't know if it has to do with global warming or not but this storm was a reminder that we are all at the mercy of mother nature. I am thankful that we haven't suffered any major devastation due to weather over the years.
After the storm this Song Sparrow saw his shadow so I guess that means six more weeks of winter. As for me, I'm ready for Spring now!
Wow! Talk about being buried.....
Whoa, that's a lot of snow!! Love the sparrow looking at its shadow- pretty cute.
troutbirder-Yes-I'm glad that storm is behind us now.It really knocked the starch out of me.
Jen-It was nice to see the Song Sparrow.I didn't even have my feeders ready before the storm so there were no birds to watch other than the snow-hardy Song Sparrow.
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