It fell at a steady rate until about 3:00 p.m. So I thought I'd drive down and get the mail. If I could get out, the kids and I could get out of the house and do something useful, like go get dog license tags.
I made it halfway down the driveway and got stuck in the hayfield when I slid round the corner and hit a snow drift higher than the hood on my Durango.
So I had to wait until Todd got home to dig us out. But now we have piles of snow that are anywhere from waist high to 6 foot high lining the driveway.
The fence is 5 foot high - and it's up to the fence at this corner of the drive.
If I stand on the other side of this pile, it is over my head by a good couple feet (and I'm 5'6").
Tyler can stand under the branches on this tree normally - it's like this the whole way down the drive.
I did think about walking back up to the house and getting my camera, but was to tired after walking back up the drive to think about walking down it, taking the picture and then going back to the house. Guess that will teach me that I should always have a camera with me:)
The kids are back in school today (HOOORRAY!) - they were bickering constantly yesterday. I did get lots of cleaning and sewing done yesterday, so that was a good thing.
Although I hear we are supposed to get another 12 inches this weekend - let's hope that the person I heard that from is wrong!