Community project — Do something with snow

Richard Armitage participated! I may have a cuter entry eventually, but right now this is what dad was doing with the snow this morning (we had six inches last night). Now he’s out doing the driveway as we want to go to my niece’s basketball game tonight!

Dad clears the way from the back of the house to the barn.

Dad clears the way from the back of the house to the barn.

And then there’s this poor tree. Didn’t get pruned the summer mom died and now is paying the price. We will have a lot of work to do this spring.

Tree suffers from the snow.

Tree suffers from the snow.

 

~ by Servetus on January 26, 2016.

15 Responses to “Community project — Do something with snow”

  1. He doesn’t know about it, but yes, he did :mrgreen:
    Wow, that’s a lot of snow! To be honest I am glad it’s in your backyard and not in mine 😉 but it looks wonderful, thanks for participating!!!!

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  2. Since hubs beat the snowplow out of the driveway (he leaves for work at 3am) I got to try out the new snowblower this morning. There is something satisfying about moving a small mountain of snow in the predawn still.

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  3. On the bright side, snow removal can be a good workout and I am trying to appreciate the burn in my arm muscles 😈

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  4. I’m sure it is a lot of work, but the property looks gorgeous. Winter wonderland!

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  5. That’s a lot of snow! I like snow… but alas, none here… 😦

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  6. Snooooooow, so much snoooooow ❤

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