These were taken the day after the storm at work. As usual the day after a big storm is always a beautiful day.
This was taken Friday. It was overcast.
The house seen through the trees is the house from, "Over the river and through the woods to grandfathers house we go" fame. I guess those trees are all that's left of the woods. The river however is still there.
This was the video I tried to post a few days ago.
The driving is slow and sloppy. Today (Sunday) is another beautiful day though it's cold. I'd like to salute all the morons ( I really wanted to use a much stronger word here) who continue to drive like there's no snow at all. You don't shoot out of a side street when you can't see what the traffic is like because of the high snow banks. I'd like to salute the morons who only clean off enough snow to see out the front of the car. I'd like to salute the morons who clean their cars off but leave a large slab of snow, 6, 8, 10 inches thick on their roofs. Eventually it will slide off the back into the path of the car directly behind you or as you come to a stop and it will slide ride down over you windshield. How lazy can you get? Not to mention stupid. Parking spaces are at a premium. I am lucky to have a driveway to park in. To answer "Catches the eye" who I believe is Sheila, we got 18 inches of snow on top of the 18 inches we got the day after Christmas. Still it's not like living in Buffalo, N.Y. This is not a knock against Buffalo it's just that they get much more snow than we do. This is probably more the norm for them. Our weather is just more unpredictable. Almost every weather system that makes it way across the country eventually passes through New England. Storm systems may weaken or strenghten when they get here. In a couple of days after this cold front leaves it will warm up to the 40's and we will have some rain. It could be another big snowfall if it was cold. OK enough about the weather.