Winter Ice Ripples
After a very long week of getting used to snow-scapes at n above (from shoveling) eye-level, today the snow pack finally melted off of road surfaces, n shrunk down about a foot n one half since last night. I didn't really get alot of good pics, due to being so busy shoveling twice per day n getting to work. I thought what I was seeing at 3 am would make good height pics, but it had settled by the time I got back outside to head to errands. After that I spent 2 hours at the deck drift again.
No joke, we've racked up about 6 feet of snow here since the last week of January! Around the area over 70 roofs have collapsed due to the snow weight, mostly flat-roof businesses. I decided tho it will cost alot, to turn up the heat to get more melted off the house. It's not really bad except the flatter sections of the shed n part of the downstairs, n I still haven't shoveled for access over there in the back... It's all I can do to keep one parking spot clear in the driveway, n you guessed it, More snow for Thurs n the week-end again!
Here's a pic of the boat ramp beach from after the first Blizzard. When I had no time yesterday after it snowed on that ice again, It was a huge, white field all the way across the cove channel, Today it was re-melted in the middle again.
I'm happy to be able to still shovel, n do anything else!
(oooo- I forgot to mention the $2 Ghiredelli Dark-Strawberry squares I scored-SO yummy!)