Bracing for the Next Round of Winter

Our last snowfall was a doozy.  It started snowing about 1:30 Friday afternoon and didn’t let up until 11:00 Monday morning.  Crazy!  At least it was light and fluffy which made it easy to shovel, but that also made crabby, winter-weary residents ask what was the point of all that snow if there’s no moisture?  I dropped my ruler onto the frosting top on my table and promptly lost it, so I figure we got about 18″ of snow.    That’s a lot of snow in one storm for us.

The feeder's new hat.

The feeder’s new hat.

But today the skies have cleared with no clouds in sight.  Just in time for the next Pacific storm to roll down on us this weekend.  It appears March will come in like a lion.

Shoshone River and Cedar Mountain

Shoshone River and Cedar Mountain

This has been a snowy, cold winter in Wyoming.  Most everyone’s ready to see the snow leave.  Not me.  I love it.  Summer and the heat will come soon enough.

Frosty cattails

Frosty cattails

You can’t get scenes like this in the summer!

 

 

 

 

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