The snow collection on my stair railings has continued to grow.
We got an additional dump a few days ago and while the collection suffered some damage during the snow clearance process, they are still more or less intact. The drifts are starting to tilt and lean though, and it’s getting harder to avoid bumping them when shovelling the steps, especially when dressed in so many layers that you can hardly move.
We shall see how much longer they can hold out, especially the pile that’s in the railing corner.
Happy Tuesday. 🙂
18 thoughts on “Snow Drifts Part IV”
Limited time offer. Collect them all before they are gone. Some snow here today to help replace what has melted. Have a great Tuesday Lynette. Allan
Exactly! Snow today, gone tomorrow. 🙂 -33C right now. At least there’s no wind!
I am so over cold weather–and it’s only February!
Me too! Except I have a lot longer to go than people in the south. 🥶
So much snow. This picture looks excactly like the back of our house. I almost thought it was! We only have a couple inches of snow though. Stay warm 🙂
Would you like some? We are willing to share … 😉 Cheers.
Ha! No thanks – we’re having a day in the 40s right now and I see some bulbs coming up. 🙂
I am going south in a couple of weeks and hope to see some bulbs then. 🙂
Right? We know winter up here. 😉
And look at the roof!
When the snow starts to melt it droops down the eaves in the most amazing way. A lot of that snow overhang is caused by wind.
And then as the days warm up, the icicles form.
Reminds me of when I lived in Northern Indiana.
I work in the subarctic Northwest Territories, so there’s a whole different level of snow and cold! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
Yesss!! I love how the snow drifts continue to grow. Better that than icicles by your front door.
In the meantime, more has been added – I keep being surprised at how it’s hanging on! No, much too early for icicles. I would love to be knocking them down!