We are, rather hubby is, cleaning up after the storm of yesterday.
The view from the window with glittery ice on the trees. You could even see the distant
hills sparkle in the morning sunrise.
We received about 10 cm. (4 inches) of snow, followed
by ice pellets, followed by freezing rain last evening.
Isn't the ice pretty? (a bit distorted through the dirty window)
Everyone is out cleaning their driveways with snowscoops, to snowblowers that you push, to snowblowers on tractors.
Hubby used the snowblower and scoop.
The sun is shining and it's a beautiful winter day.
I noticed a lot of cars going past with skiis on the roof.
They're heading to Crabbe Mountain about 20 minutes
from here. It's really just a hill but has some great runs
and it the steepest verticle east of the Laurentian Mountains
which run through Quebec.
I'm sure they will enjoy the fresh snow this weekend as
will the snowmobilers.
I'll stick to driving in the car.
Have a lovely weekend my friends.
Blessings to you!