We has it.
This photo was taken on our drive to see family Christmas day.
This blizzard rolled in on Thursday morning and kept on going until Saturday afternoon. I took this next photo on our way back in to town from our Christmas celebration. Looks like a scene from a movie, doesn't it?
I guess the 2005 Crown Victoria isn't the standard issue for driving on 3+ foot-snow-drifted city roads. Police snowmobile:
When we arrived home from Christmas, we had this to deal with before we could get in to the garage (Got another 8+ inches after getting home I think.)
We had already shoveled this twice at this point. Anywhere from 2 and 4.5 feet of snow covered portions our back yard...
On Dec 26, some aftermath (I don't know whose houses/cars these are).
Trans Am and Cavalier.
Camry and MPV.
Guy shoveling his roof.
Pink Hubby and I were driving around on Saturday, taking the pics above, when we realized why we love all this snow: it makes the city pretty. Before the salt, sand, and road dirt set in, for just a couple of days, the city looked like a quaint mountain town, rather than the rural-suburban shopping-mall last-stop-before-Canada sprawl it really is.
28 December 2009
We has it.