We made it home just in time. Barely. And of course, since we had been gone for vacation, our kitchen and fridge were bare when we got home.
The wind was blowing so hard that all of our patio furniture was scattered when we got home. We rounded it all up and got it inside. Our grill was up a tree. It was a small tree, so it wasn't up very high, but still.
Anyways, because the wind was blowing so hard, there were places where there wasn't any snow at all. And then there were the piles where the snow was blown.
I didn't take any good pictures until 6 days after the blizzard. Mostly because I stayed inside as much as possible.
Here are the photos that I did take, 6 days post blizzard:
The boys were thrilled to be able to see over the fence, because that is normally very much out of their reach.
This, fortunately, is not our house. Our side of the building didn't get any piles of snow at all. Because wind.
I think the fence saved us from having our front door buried, because it looks like the piles were even higher on the other side.
Connor = Football + Puppy
Lex and Daddy flying KD5.
So, while we were staying home and warm inside, I made myself a new hat and scarf. Because that's what you do in a blizzard.
Kevin bought me this wool yarn as a gift, and I had the hardest time figuring out what I wanted to do with it. I love the colors he picked.
I made an infinity scarf, and I love it. It's very warm, and easy to put on.