You’re likely already aware that we’re having an atypical winter in northern Michigan (lower peninsula). Usually we’re pretty much buried in snow the entire winter, which we do not count as starting on the solstice. This year we’ve had storms and melts. Rinse, repeat. So, with most of the snow from the last storm melted, and another on the way, I set about getting some shots before the storm.
This is what happens when I can’t decide which picture I like the most. I apologize. Don’t forget: if you click one, the pictures come up larger with an easy-to-escape transparent slideshow-ish layer.
Tony and I live out in the sticks smack-dab in the middle of an intense snow belt. We will often see more snow than surrounding areas, and this time seems no different. We had somewhere in the neighborhood of three inches of accumulation about two hours ago. I haven’t checked since I last stepped out and snapped that photo, but I suspect there’s more. Looks like we have a fun weekend ahead of us!
Edit: Less than 3 hours later, and the little red bud tree is visibly weighted down more and our foot prints are nearly filled in…look forward to more snow pics soon 🙂
Oh, in case you missed it, here’s a picture of my newest nephew Mark William Brock: