Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Pictorial Tuesday ~ 1 16 18

You can see the field across the road with not much snow cover, it's because it all blew in front of our house in a  4 ft. drift. Took us most of day to shovel enough that hubby could finally get through with the blade on the front of his garden tractor and make a path large enough that I could get my car out of the garage.

We've always had a lot of snow drift in front of our house so over the years, we're pretty much use to it, but I really am tired of it already. haha

This is the only thing that I've photographed because with the single and below temps, I really haven't ventured out.

You're next for sharing on Pictorial Tuesday. (And, I apologize that it is posted later today).

~hugs 'n giggles 'n scribbles~



  1. Wow, look at all that snow! On the one hand, I know it can be a pain, but it is pretty, though, in its pristine white.

  2. Gosh! It looks like winter has taken hold in your neighbourhood with vengeance. Hope you can stay warm and cosy and safe indoors. Bonny

  3. That's quite a bit more snow than we have at the moment, but our turn will be coming, I'm sure!! We usually get snowed in at least once every winter.

  4. Thankfully we've got pretty good neighbors in that regard. We've blown our neighbor out when he's been traveling. Another neighbor has plowed out the end of our driveway as he's been driving by when the City plows have made snow blowing it difficult. It doesn't take much to create a positive community, but it sucks when people are jerks.

  5. Wow, very beautiful. We don't get snow here at all and that is why I think it is beautiful. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful week.

  6. Such a lot, sigh! We have only a little, in a few years only one time very much!
    But it's the joy of children.
    Greetings from Germany

  7. When you have to shovel to accommodate your snow-removal equipment, you know it's a bad winter.
    Funny thing...we've had an unidentified person with a snow-blower blowing snow off our cars this year. I think it's a woman. I ventured outside to wave and yell "thank you" and she waved back, then carried on to the next snowy car. I hope we can identify her some day when we're not wearing parkas and scarves and mitts and gloves and boots, etc. :)
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel


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