Over the past week we’ve had record snowfalls, and more snow on the ground than I can remember since moving here in 2005. We’ve canceled Wednesday night church services two weeks in a row, and Eva now has a working knowledge of seeing school cancelations online. I woke up today to even more snow and thought it was a good time for some pics. Next time, I’ll wear snow pants as I’m uploading these in my boxers. Wet jeans. ch:
MAKING TRACKS: I didn’t realize just how much snow was in our yard until I stepped into it. And it was even with my belt. I laughed.
DON’T MIND ME: Eva dawned her snow gear and immediately fell down, just in time for me to snap a pic.
FOLLOW ME: The trail we’ve been nursing for the last week now looks like a run to an arctic observatory. Just add rope.
CHAINS ONLY: We tend to gauge or snow fall by how much of the swing set is showing. This morning set a new record. (And this was in a drift trough, too).
TIME OUT: Luik decided to follow my footprints to a place where I was shooting. He got tired out and leaned over for a little rest.
STRANDED: Jenny flung a stray Cozy Coup into the driveway last night. Found it like this at dawn.
WHERE’D YOU GO?: Our CUV (Child Utility Vehicle) got some snow on its ears.
HIP DEEP HOUSE: Luik emerges from the warmth of our nest.
BLANKET ANYONE?: The snowman the kids made got scared and threw a blanket over his head.
SNOW GRILL: For all my Aussie friends: a pic of the barbie, situated on the leeward side of the house (aka where the least amount of snow falls).