We ended up with about 13 inches of snow and a thin layer of ice underneath all of it. Many places drifted with higher amounts.
Last night we had temps in the single digits and a freezing fog.
It coated everything in glorious, sparkling ice crystals.
As the sun rose, the sky became a clear, beautiful blue. The clear road to our house is the result of our neighbor's generous spirit. He used his enormous tractor to plow the entire length of our small, country road and our driveway. Our county road crews have been working overtime to keep main roads clear. Small roads like this are not top priority.
School was in session one day last week and it doesn't look too promising for tomorrow. Some of our surrounding counties have already closed school for Monday.
At this point I actually haven't left the farmette since last Tuesday.
It's all good.
Linking up today with Tom!