Snow Day

I guess that the weather forecasters were correct in the Winter Weather Warning for this area. There was more than 3 inches on the ground this morning, but the bigger issue has been the high winds blowing the snow around and creating these high drifts.

Scott headed out to work, only to get to the interstate and find gridlock in the Southbound lanes. Apparently they closed down that section of the interstate. So he headed back home. His comment - "if I had taken the Corolla, I would have had a hard time getting home". It's days like these that we are glad to have a honkin' 4 wheel drive Tahoe.

Later, Scott took Erica to Kathleen's house and he said there were numerous cars and mini-vans stuck on the roads. We watched our neighbor struggle with their mini-van on our little street. They left it on the street.

Scott and Brian played outside for a bit and started to build a fort in our playset:

Then Brian hit me with a snowball, right in the face! Here he is, winding up:

I wasn't very happy after he hit me, as I was trying to take his picture, and the snow got all over me and the camera.

And Scott relaxes in the fort:

I'll try to take a picture of the front of the house - we have deep snow drifts developing there.....

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