It started snowing very late Wednesday night and kept it up all night and all day Thursday. I was jacked out of a sound sleep at 4:30am by the snow blowers the snow contractors were using to clear off the walkways.
When we got up at 7:30am, the wind was howling and we had blizzard conditions. Sue and I went out to clear off what must have been 4 inches of heavy snow off my car, anticipating that the plow truck would be coming to clear the area.
Well, it never did and by 2:00pm when Sue and I decided to head over to Kingman Farm to go snowshoeing through the woods, the car was buried under at least another 4 to 5 inches. The drive over was slippery at best, and I got stuck twice in the lot where we park to go into the woods. But what a beautiful hike we had! The scenery was just magnificant!