Wednesday, February 20, 2013

All Those Fish To Bob (I plow for fish)

Just wanted to show you what all those fish I bring to Bob does. Yesterday at 1:30 pm the ground was dry, it was sunny (well kind of) and then the the skies opened up.

We didn't go from cloudy to rain to snow. We went directly to snow. A lot of snow. Don't get me wrong, we've had a lot more than 6 inches in one storm, but most of this came between 1:30 pm and 5:00 pm.

Now, no dissing Bob for the crooked plowing. Granted he doesn't have a laser sight on his tractor for guidance, but the problem lies with my driveway. Yes, it's crooked like that, but would you want to shovel all that snow? It's 900 feet from the house to the property line and then another 600 feet or so to Bob's driveway. Well worth catching all those fish for Bob.   

The driveway at 0800 this am.
If you watched National News this morning (I watch HLN) they showed pictures of the storm and put the caption that this was occurring in Sacramento. Granted the snow level was down to 900 feet (which put it below Jackson) yesterday, but Sacramento is at 100 feet above sea level, maybe. No snow there.

This is what the house looked like after I got done shoveling the deck and walkway.

Just a little taste of winter. Hey you guys in Colorado, it's coming your way.



  1. It looks like home to me. Ever since I moved from Chicago to California (Centeral Valley)I have been jelous when I see photos from my friends in the North woods, there is something about snowy winters I really miss. Pretty sure it is not the shoveling though. :D

  2. It's a pretty picture, but I hope it stays out of the northeast.

  3. i think this ones traveling long distance, we should taste it by tomorrow afternoon here

  4. WAAAAY too much snow! haha fish for a plowed drive way, that's a good deal!