I'm starting to sound like a broken record, right?
I wish I could change the "tune" but it is what it is...
This go-around has been a three day event, starting on Monday, April 15th, and continuing thru today. egads.
The photos you're viewing were all taken the first day ~ our totals are well into 20" now and there's still more forecasted for tonight.
Remember last summer when our state was on fire (and I said I would never again complain about snow)??? Trying to remember those words when all I want is some sunshine & "average" temperatures. Highs have been in the 20's & 30's instead of the 60's.
It's a heavy, wet snow tho that will go a long way toward helping with the drought in our state.
Be happy Kathleen. :)
The snow brought flocks of birds to the feeders ~ 17 lbs of black oil sunflower seed devoured in 3 days!!!! To think I'm usually finished feeding by this time of year!
Look what all their twittering attracted to the back garden:
Not the greatest photo but this Great Horned Owl landed deep in my pine tree and was but a dark silhouette until I lightened it a LOT.
Wow. I never get over the thrill of an owl sighting. It was made even more spectacular by the fact he flew right past me prior to landing (as I was shoveling the back patio)!!!!
Now, hopefully, tomorrow the snow will quit falling and start melting. This weekend is "Rush for the Roses" at a local greenhouse & it feels anything like planting weather!