Snow Much Fun Outside

Spike likes the snow.

Spike likes the snow.

Princess Buttercup’s school was cancelled for the entire day, and Lefty came home early because of the icy conditions outside.

Snow on our rooftops.

Snow on our rooftops.

There’s hardly anyone out on the roads, but there is an occasional car that creeps by. Because we live in an area where people come from all over the U.S. to live and work, we often hear people say that they know how to drive in the snow. They are just worried about the “other guy.” Well, those are the people who you have to look out for. In other parts of the country, the roads can be salted/sanded/scraped or whatever. Not so much, here. That’s what “they” are forgetting. And I’m not really worried about someone trying to drive in the snow…I’m worried about those who try to drive and then have to brake!

Diagonal lines.

Diagonal lines.


Anyway, Lefty, Princess Buttercup, and I went outside to take advantage of the snow and ice. Our road is covered in about a half-inch of ice. Our weather people are like, “Don’t drive if you don’t have to. Stay home!” And we will.

Lefty pulls Princess Buttercup and me on the sled.

Lefty pulls Princess Buttercup and me on the sled.

Snuggles and Spike play in the snow.

Snuggles and Spike play in the snow.

Crunchy snow.

Crunchy snow.

Princess Buttercup froze this bubble in the snow.

Princess Buttercup froze this bubble in the snow.

This big, fat little bird likes the snow...maybe.

This big, fat little bird likes the snow…maybe.

Icy road to our south.

Icy road to our south.

Icy roads to our north.

Icy roads to our north.