When we arrived here on Sunday, there was lots of snow on the ground, but it was definitely melting. We had sunny days, and the temps were well above freezing.
I have been able to get out and take a walk every day since we’ve been here, and not even get my feet wet.
We are parked in a temporary spot because our “home” site is still muddy and snowcovered, but at this area, it was melting nicely yesterday.
Oh, but last night, the wind blew. It blew so hard I was afraid the trailer would turn over. You could hear it coming up out of the canyon, and through the Ponderosa pine trees outside our bedroom window. It sounded scary and mean.
I didn’t sleep good, worried about that wind blowing. The trailer rocked side to side all night. But when we got up this morning, the air was still. And it was snowing.
I got dressed and walked over to the edge of the canyon to get some pictures. Mother Nature is awesome in her power out here.
I don’t know how much the official total of snow for today is so far, but it looks like about four inches. We are supposed to get more every day through Sunday. I’m glad I bought a lot of groceries!
At least I have lots of warm clothes–looks like Spring isn’t here yet.