Now comes the hard part - shovelling out. Even if I had a snowblower, I don't think I'd be able to manage it, the snow is too deep. So, I started at the least drifted over spot next to front porch and over the course of about 45 minutes, I made it through to the road. I partially unburied my mail box - but it's clear that the plows have to come through at least once more and that means anything I shovel in the road will just get snow bermed in again, so I will wait to tackle the hardest part until after the plows have come through.
Well, time to put the boots back on and get at it again. The winds are still drifting the snow so I may have to get up uber-early tomorrow morning and shovel my path out again before I even shower. Winds will calm down to about 20 mph later tonight, but a deep freeze is coming. I can deal with snow, me strong like bull with my trusty shovel -- but I HATE sub-zero F temperatures.
|Hello, house! Look - pavement!|