Yesterday, dawn was gorgeous!
The morning glow was a rainbow of yellows,
oranges, blues, pink and purples.
Here is the view this morning?
We still have Blue but also grey and a lot of white!
A view from the second floor front porch.
The cats are not happy.
Neither are the birds.
This is the driveway up to the subdivision road.
The guys were out plowing this morning and
plan on rebuilding the salt spreader this afternoon
so it actually works.
I had planned to go to the fabric sale at the quilt shop
which is about 20-30 miles from the house
but I think I'll just stick around here.
I've got lots to keep me busy.
The snow ranged up to 9 inches in parts of
Franklin county (our county) but we were not nearly
that deep. There were lots of highway
accidents, many in town (St. Louis City/County)
where I would have thought street crews would have had
it cleared earlier but since it started with rain,
they may have had to wait until it stopped
and the snow began.
I do have some scraps to throw out to
the woodland critters since everything is covered.
I'll wait until later, once the raccoon and opossum come out.
The cats are warm and dry between the porch shelters
and the area beneath our porch that they have dug out.
The covered porch is 9 ft deep so they bed down way
back where no water or snow ever gets.
There's always the tractor tent too,
easy enough to crawl beneath the tent flaps.
Well, I've frustrated myself enough with
some quilting issues so now it's time to take
a break and have some lunch.
Stay safe and warm!