Just one more day of pictures of what we're dealing with here.
If I can get something to embed in here, I'll have a nice and cheerful post for you tomorrow!
I spent an hour digging out the car and the truck. Keith's work truck, the State Tahoe, has 4 wheel drive, and he was able to zip right out of here to work. He was also happy to report to me that the streams are running with lots of water between here and KCK, where his office is.
That was very good news.
It's 38 degrees out right now, and our drive is a mess... I mean, a real mess. This is looking down the 100 yard drive towards the parking area.
I have a Chevy HHR, and it is NOT a snow car, though it has many good points. It sits very low to the ground, though, and drags in the snow.
Keith agreed with me, that I am house bound for a few more days.
This pretty girl waited for me. She is almost nine now, and the spring is leveling out in her step... she hates the ice forming on her, and as you see, had plenty of ice and snow packed in her fur.
This oh-so-nice picture at Command Central shows you how very tired we all are after the last two days.
I'm so glad for the moisture, the weather man says we are almost up to where we needed to be... so good news for farmers and farm ponds... but whew... I'm pooped out trudging through it, and it shows in my face.
That's it for today from Calamity Acres!