We didn't get nearly as much snow as we hoped for around here. The hubby was very disappointed. As much of a sun baby as I am, I do love to enjoy sunny, calm winter days. The kind of days you'll find the snow is so bright it is almost blinding... or at the very least overcast and picturesque. The wind, however, chills me to the bone. I do love being snowed in though and I love to observe nature. We did receive gale force winds and lots of blowing snow but our actual snow fall amounts didn't amount to anything.
Three hours away, Halifax got a fair amount of snow in comparison to Yarmouth. I remember feeling slightly ripped off as I read Facebook status's from friends that were getting snow dumped on them. Wind is nothing out of the ordinary for this coastal community.
In an effort to raise our spirits, and to show that Lead Mule's can indeed work a plow - winks - Mat and I made a little video while cleaning up the snow that had formed a drift at the end of our driveway. I hope it doesn't come off as insensitive to anyone who actually experienced the storm. I guess it just goes to show, there is always someone wishing that they could walk in your shoes; regardless of how much snow might be in those shoes.
The little owl friend was discovered on the way home a couple weekends ago from a video shoot for a Ryan Cook song 'Honky Tonk Music and Tattooed Women'. We threw him in for fun.