It Just Continues

I worked from home today.

Carl did too. Mostly with a shovel in his hand. There are 4 or 5 shovels on the block, being shared.

It’s snowing right now. 7:30 PM. They keep saying it will turn to rain. I’m not sure.

Latest back deck photos.

The measuring chair

Sheltered Stairs

Comparisons through the day

Snow was cleared for a bit. Starting in again here

After more shoveling. Note the new ball to the right of the walk.

After even more shoveling the ball has extended to the snowman, sort of a snow Caterpillar now.

Kids playing on the local luge run

A ladder view of the little boxes we call home

And my favorite for all of us that worked from home today.

The 3 north Seattle workers are conspiring a carpool in tomorrow. Dependent on overnight weather and morning road conditions. I will not be driving. The Prius is not a good car when ground clearance is helpful. I did dig it out today, before the 2 latest rounds of snow. Another of us, “does not drive in snow.” (He’s from Hawaii). The third has a 4 wheel drive Toyota 4-runner. That he bought on Saturday! (It’s replacing a 2004 model, so he is not new to 4 wheeling.) But still, would you want to take a brand new vehicle out in dicey conditions?

6 Responses to “It Just Continues”

  1. jane Says:

    pretty! 4 – 5 shovels for the block? I happen to now have 2 shovels myself, and I really don’t need to shovel the sidewalk since the condo has a service. We’re dealing with freezing rain today. I much prefer snow!

    • raincharm Says:

      I am hoping the temperatures stay above freezing. My 4-wheel drive carpooler is heading to San Diego for a long weekend. Most at work are finally getting dug out, although the one in Black Diamond still sounds like the public works folks, all 3 of them, are focused on keeping the water and sewer working, so the roads have to wait.

  2. jane Says:

    and thanks to you and Carl for the cd! 😉

  3. margiegf Says:

    I don’t have a shovel, but my neighbor helped out with his–what my garden rake couldn’t handle anyway. It’s raining a lot here now, but the foot of slush on back roads is yucky.

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