Winter Snow Path to the Front Door Image February 9, 2022 Laurie Graves 57 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebook Related
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That’s a lot of snow!
Yes, over a foot this week.
Yes, in the span of a week, we’ve gotten a lot of snow. Now the weather is very warm—45. Weird.
Looks like you live in Maine or something!
So pristine that you hardly want to step on it 🙂
Actually, like most Mainers, we hardly ever use that door. Instead, the side door.
During the summer we mainly use our side door or back door because the White-rumped Swifts nesting above our front door both make an awful mess and dive bomb us.
Best to use that back door!
A beautiful sweep
Thanks, Derrick. That’s what attracted me, too.
That’s a lotta lotta snow! So funny–we got a scraping of ice last week and everything shut down for two days. Different latitudes, different attitudes!
You bet! Love that last line. So true.
Wow! Awe-inspiring and beautiful too. Your new snowblower must feel very proud of its work! Cliff, too, of course. 🙂
Many thanks! Thank goodness for Snow Joe.
I echo Carol Ann – Wow!!!
Sorry for the trouble but this is beautiful.
Thanks, Rupali. Nothing we haven’t had to deal with before. 😉
It makes for a lovely shot, but that’s a lot of snow, my friend.
Yup, it surely is.
Wowsah! That’s a wonderful path to your door Laurie! 💙
Tee-hee! Thanks so much.
Laurie, I’m delighted to see that somebody else shovels snow paths! I have to in our back yard, of course, for little Monkey, but our summer lawn care guys do the heavy lifting in the front. That’s a LOT of the white stuff!
Yes, lots of snow. And that beautiful path is courtesy of Snow Joe.
My, that’s a lotta snow! 😀
btw, I had a dream last night about the Maya books! I must be subconsciously awaiting the next installment, ha! 😉
Oh, this made my day! Working on Book Four, but the going is slow.
Love all the snow and that is a beautiful perfect path!! Definitely need a Snow Joe now!!🙂
We love Snow Joe!
That’s what winter’s supposed to look like! I love the soft curves of the heaped-up snow. It looks as though you might have shoveled or snow-blowed, and then a bit more snow smoothed things out. It’s lovely!
That beautiful path is courtesy of Snow Joe. My shoveled paths are not as neat. 😉
Facebook recently reminded me of a very snowy day when we lived in Copenhagen…to be honest I really don’t miss that weather! Have you gone out and measured how deep it is?
We haven’t measured the snow. But that’s a good idea.
Right? Winter in central Maine.
I long to visit Maine! One day…🙏🏻
Whaere is the snowman? And have you had a snowball fight with Cliff yet? Maybe clearing the path was enough snow for you both! It looks beautiful.
Not good snow for snowmen or snowballs. 😉 Fluffy, not sticky.
Your must feel so cozy inside!
I surely do!
Whoo! Now THAT is snow! A good reason to tuck in and enjoy your cozy house until some of it melts! 😉
Yes, winter, for me, is a time to tuck in and be cozy. Lucky me in that many of things I like to do are perfect for this time of year—reading, writing, watching television series and movies, playing board games. All made for winter.
Oh my goodness! That is a seriously deeply set path!
Lots of snow! February in central Maine.
Wow, that’s a lot of snow, Laurie. Beautiful, but I wouldn’t want to shovel it. 😀
Oh wow !!! so pretty, but how do you get out to the shops and to your work?
In places with a lot of snow—such as Maine—the state and towns are on it when it comes to snow removal. On the day of a big storm, most everything is closed. However, the next day, it’s business as usual. The roads are plowed, driveways are cleaned, and onward we go.
Wow ! If we have less than an inch of snow it is total chaos here on the roads, on the highways and main roads they start throwing salt before they expect snowfall but it doesn’t always help.
The same thing happens in parts of the United States that don’t get much snow. However, Maine is the land of snow in the winter, and we are used to dealing with a lot of that white stuff. Normal for us. 😉
Same in Europe, Austria and Switserland, (and others who get lots of snow)known for skiing, have all the equipment for removing snow as they get lots of tourists. If you need those snowploughs just once in 10 or 15 years they are too expensive to buy.
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