The day after our epic snowstorm, which was apparently the 6th worst in state history, was really nice and sunny. We were up by 7, but still snowed in. We weren't sure when our plow guy was going to show up, so I went outside to clean off the car again, since at least 4" fell after those nice young men shoveled it out. I wanted to get it started too and the defrosters going.
It really sucked to be pinned into this small space though. The snow was way too deep around the house to even attempt to walk around to the front yard.
And we certainly weren't going to shovel our way out.
While I was outside with the car, someone with a plow showed up and asked if we wanted our driveway done. We have a regular plow guy but we just couldn't wait any longer, so we said, 'yes please'.
As soon as they were done we jetted down to the truck to make sure it was OK.
She started right up and we were especially relieved that there was no snow on the trailer. We were wondering how to clean it off because you get hefty fines for not cleaning off your vehicle roof; even cars will be pulled over for it.
Droplets on my windshield
Back at home.....that plow moved a lot of snow but it's looking good.
They did, however, bury our mailbox so we were outside for another half hour digging that out. This was about the best we could do under the circumstances. The snow pile was about 5 feet in front of the box.
Looking down the street
The fence next door at our neighbour's house. They only come down on weekends.
Around the corner
Seriously. Never seen this much snow ever.
Sure was a pretty moon in the afternoon though.