The flag took a beating yesterday in the wind and snow. We got about 5-6 more inches of snow , once it started again. The first snow just about melted away before the second round. You can see how it stuck to the fence of our woodpile. With the wind it drifted a lot.
This is the front steps and porch , this morning. Today the schools here in Tipton closed for the day. Hopefully the snow plows make it down our road so the mail will deliver. I'll be sitting here in the house the rest of this day. Ted will use the snow blower. Too much snow for just me and my shovel. Although you sure could get a lot of squats in shoveling this snow.
Stay safe dear friends. I know Spring is here, after all I have seen the robins...they are wearing coats. :):) xoxo
8 inches here Susie. My little robins are exhausted trying to figure out whether to stay or go.ReplyDelete
Have a great day Susie!
I am snowed in at 1515..got to find someone to dig me out! stay warmReplyDelete
wow, you did get blasted, take care,ReplyDelete
That is a lot of snow for this time of year, Susie! Stay warm and safe!ReplyDelete
I'm south of Indy & we have about 5 inches. I watched my little spring flag yesterday just whipping here & there. I esp. feel bad for the little bird that is chirping amidst all this white stuff.ReplyDelete
i hope i never have to fell snow again, sigh...ReplyDelete
I love thinking about your brave robins wearing their coats in the snow. More snow. I pin an award on all of you Americans going through this again.ReplyDelete
Thinking about you dear friend.. Yes spring suppose to be here but I haven't seen it yet , much anyways.. It's a late one for sure.. We've had snow showers all day but nothing like you.. You stay warm and take care.. xoxoxoxoReplyDelete
Looks like you got hit good, Susie. Let's hope it goes away as quickly as it came- xo DianaReplyDelete