This picture is from the day after, when the furious flurries finished.
Pallets piled under snow
A weird-looking tree phenomenon
Hi Hollister! Are you enjoying the snow? Are you trying to drink frozen water? In below freezing temperatures, I change their waters twice a day. During this storm, I almost had to change them in the middle of the day too. It was actually miserably cold. I fully comprehend that phrase now.
Cold enough to make ice on the inside of our windows! And here is my favorite picture . . .
The wintery view out my window. Frost in between the panes of my storm windows. Nature's patterns are so amazingly intricate, delicate, and beautiful.
Okay, I know that is a whole load of pictures to just dump on here, but I was feeling behind in getting these out. Oh wait I forgot one. This one is of the roads up here in winter conditions. Isn't our little main street cute? Notice also the snow berms in the middle of the street. It is like having a concrete median down the highway. Come to think of it, I don't think that there are any concrete medians in the whole of Flathead County. You would have to travel several hours south to Interstate 90 to find some of those.
Those snow piles have gotten significantly higher in the past few days. But for us, different is fun!