Snow day!

I haven’t quite fallen off the face of the earth and I’ll try to do a substantive post soon, but today we are trying to clear out after a nor’easter targeted the Binghamton NY area with almost three feet (0.9 meters) of snow.

The squirrels will have an easy jump into the birdfeeders now, unless they sink in the snow. Photo of the birdfeeders before snow is here:
You can judge the snow depth from the almost buried chain link fence in the back of the yard.
Good things the feeders are pretty full, because getting the birdseed out of the shed is going to be a feat.
T’s car is under there somewhere!

Author: Joanne Corey

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17 thoughts on “Snow day!”

            1. The snow removal task does seem to get more daunting as we get older. B uses my dad’s big old Ariens snowblower from the 1960s but it is too heavy and awkward for me. This time, the snow was so deep I had to use a shovel to spread it out some because the snow was deeper than the shoot on the snowblower.


    1. It really is! And now that most of the roads are plowed, the banks are so high it’s hard to see if anyone is coming when you get to an intersection. I’ve resorted to giving a little toot with my horn to warn other cars that I am getting ready to pull onto the road.

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          1. Well, I guess there’s no doubt that you’re going to have a white Christmas. 😉 My hubby told me this morning that we’re supposed to get snow on Christmas too. And that’s fine by me because we don’t have to go anywhere. We can just stay inside all warm and toasty and enjoy the magical scene outside. 💫

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