We put his red sweater on so we could find him. When
he gets cold he just stops and since the snow is now higher than him, we need that sweater! LOL
A walk after dark down by the pond. The snow was at least 3 feet. It was so beautiful and quiet. We could hear branches snapping, meaning the deer or elk were coming for water, but never saw them. Just their tracks the next morning. Walking was very difficult, but good for calorie burning.
Have been trying to shovel our decks as the snow is at least 3 feet and heavy. When the rains come it could be overload if we have not shoveled. Can't even see the Mtns through all the snow. I just put on soothing music, curl up and stitch away and look at the snow. Natures gift that just seems to keep on giving. Shall have to shovel more tomorrow.
Our son had to get back to Seattle, so spent the morning on the tractor cutting a path for the car to get through. We were able to get him down to his vehicle, which he left below us and on his way. Now we are back in the snowy wonderland. I love it. It is a wonderful time to reflect and somewhat plan the future. Oh yes, we thought we had a perfect way to keep Teddy away from the gifts. The train! It sort of worked. We would hear the train fall off the track and my final photo tells it all...... Who me...!
I hope you all had a joyous holiday!