Wednesday Snow Day

It’s snow week here in the high desert.  The construction crew almost got everything done on the hill, but has just a couple of small tasks that will have to wait for drier weather.  I’m mostly staying indoors and catching up on paperwork and starting the annual trauma known as “taxes.”

This is what the world looks like here:

Overnight snows. Under there is the road.

Here’s a picture of the hill from the kitchen. Yes, all these pictures were taken from inside the house.

Here’s the winter version of kitty TV. Birds and cats seem to be happy with this.

The only real outside activity so far is me and the snow shovel.  Well, there was one drive to the store for milk and a stop at the Starbucks.  Work on the workshop is on hold until the snow melts.  Quilting resumes after I find all the tax documents … sigh …

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I worked in the high tech world doing software release engineering and am now retired. Then I got prostate cancer. Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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24 Responses to Wednesday Snow Day

  1. aquene7 says:

    Taxes and Trauma! Brilliantly true😂

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  2. Baydreamer says:

    Wow! That’s beautiful and good weather for quilting, but never good weather for taxes. 🙂

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  3. Debra says:

    Quite lovely and peaceful! Good quilting weather!

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  4. Lakshmi Bhat says:

    The snow looks beautiful, our grandchildren are enjoying it in Germany 🙂 Taxes !!

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  5. Oh, it looks pretty! Okay, I admit I’m one of “those” people who like snow. A few flurries are flying in the air as I write this but I doubt we get any accumulation. Winter is easier to take when the ground is covered in snow, if you ask me. We’re very accustomed to driving in it here in western PA, so the only way we don’t get out is if we have feet of snow and that hasn’t happened lately.

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  6. The nice thing about living in a place where it rarely snows is that you can actually take a ‘snow day’. If you tried that on the prairies where I grew up, you’d be looking at six months indoors. 😉

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  7. I don’t think you had that kind of snow in NoCal. Cold yes but snow? I’ve never driven in snow!

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  8. Pied Type says:

    You just had to mention the T-word, didn’t you.

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  9. Ray V. says:

    Paperwork? You’re retired. There shouldn’t be any paperwork 😊

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