What can we do but laugh? And enjoy a bit more time inside before the spring/summer busy season is upon us.
We've spent the last two days working in our basement coating the walls with a good sealer before building permanent shelves for storage. The floor got painted, too, and now we're waiting for it to dry.
Last night, I decreed we were going to start working on next year's wood supply today because the wood pile was almost totally free of snow and the ground area was dried up enough.
But then . . .
This is what our driveway through the woods looked like this morning when I headed out to town around 9 a.m. Snow was still coming down lightly.
You know how when you're driving on the highway in a heavy snowfall and you kinda lose the sense of just where you are on the road because you can't see the center line or shoulders? I had the same feeling this morning trying to make sure I stayed smack-dab in the center of the driveway and avoided getting too close to either side. But no fear, my trusty, little 1985, 4-wheel drive, Toyota Tercel and I made it with no problem.
However, my poor raised garden beds are covered with snow once again, and we won't be doing any wood working today.
Oh, well. Ha-ha. Hee-hee. Ho-ho.
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