Well we officially joined the rest of Canada yesterday with our first snowfall of the season. Not bad considering it’s the middle of January.
“Let’s go for a walk!” Yes, it always starts out as a good idea.
Its not just the animals that have to deal with the concern of winter weight.
Well, we were snowshoeing. And good thing, there’s at least 3-4 ft of snowfall on this old road through the property.
I originally found this tree grown over the wire fence back on Jan 09 2007. The tree continues to grow, although the sap is a clear indication of the tree’s disagreement with the steel wire. I’ll have to get back there and get a picture in the same way as the original back in 2007.
On a walk around the property, the earlier afternoon sun peaks through the trees, allowing the snow to glow in places.
Plenty of snow fell in the region on Feb 08. After clearing our own driveway we drove over to Kathryn’s to clear out her lot as well.
Plenty of snow fell over night. Up past my knee when out in the open, so that’s about 45-50 cm. Took some video of snow clearing. The snow wasn’t difficult to push but underneath is a lot of ice. Just like last year.
Plenty of snow fell last night. About 40 cm or more in some places.
Time to dig out the the skidsteer for this job.