That’s a mere drop in the bucket compared to what is expected on Tuesday, however. Every time I check the weather report, the predictions for Tuesday’s nor’easter are larger. I’m now hearing we could get up to 3 feet of the unwanted white stuff.
That’s Buffalo kind of snow. We don’t need that here!
I spent my Sunday morning clearing snow from the property on which The House on the Hill stands. As always, I was followed by a camera crew, so I can share the experience with you.
It’s starting to really bother me that the interns are happy to take photos of me shoveling the snow, but won’t pick up a shovel to lend a hand…
My neighbors across the street have outdoor cats, and it looks like one of them ran across my driveway and lawn to get home. Stay safe, kitties!
For the record, Cali and Luna will never be allowed out in the snow.
Those giant footprints on the right are from my enormous Monkey Boy feet.
My neighbors’ son-in-law was out with the snow blower, hence the path down my driveway. The city sidewalk plow came through at some point this morning, and that’s why there is a clear path running perpendicular to the one made by the snow blower.
Apparently, that shovel is only there for show at this point…
The city sidewalk plow cleared the way for people to make it up my street. Last week, however, when I was home sick, the sidewalk plow came up my block, knocked over my garbage can, and just left my garbage spilled all over the street.
Needless to say, I was not impressed with the sidewalk plow guy on that occasion.
Just a glamor shot taken from the street because I know there are some of you who insist that snow is beautiful. If you love it so much, why don’t you marry it and take it to live far away from The House on the Hill???
Hold that thought…
As you can see, an ice dam had formed at the edge and there were large icicles just hanging there, mocking me. None of that is there now!
The side roof on the other side of the house. Just wanted to show you my roof rake form. Got this one all cleared off, too. Didn’t want two to three more few of snow piling on top of what was already there. That would not be a good situation.
Don’t worry, I also cleared off those steps and got those giant icicles that you can see peeking out from under the middle one.
Doesn’t that look eerie, Modern Philosophers?
Hope you enjoyed this Sunday morning tour of the snowy grounds of The House on the Hill. Anytime you’d like to visit and help shovel, you are more than welcome!