Disclaimer: Everyone who is tired of hearing about Winter Storm Jonas and seeing pictures of snow in their social media news feeds should probably just skip this post. 🙂
I may have lived in the Mid-Atlantic region for many years, but this much snow is still a novelty to a girl who grew up in Florida! Even though I actually took over 200 pictures, my proficiency with my camera is still, umm, shall we say “dismal,” so these aren’t the best shots ever, but it’s enough to let you know why my arms and sides hurt after 2 days of shoveling!
Day 1: A few more inches and Mr. President (the cat) will have to move to a window sill for a view.
Day 1: I love the curious little finch at the top of the bird feeder — he’s keeping a close eye on that woodpecker! Nothing brings the birds to the feeder on our deck like wet or snowy weather.
Day 1: Round 2 is beginning with conditions that rapidly approached “white out.”
Day 2: The Dig Out begins. First order of business, get the snow away from the doors.
Day 2: The Dig Out continues. This snow blower and that awesome guy pushing it (my husband!) are the only reason anyone on our street was able to get out before Monday — the snow plows got stuck and couldn’t get down our street Sunday night!
Day 2: View from our back door.
Day 2: Watch for icicles as you leave the house!
Okay, that does it for me and my coverage of Winter Storm Jonas! I’ve had a good taste of the white stuff for this season, and while I wouldn’t mind a little bit more before spring arrives, I think just an inch or two will do it for me. 😉
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