We’ve just wrapped up the snowiest February on record in Minnesota, with a total of 39 inches. Of course I tried to record this historic dumping, but mostly I failed because I was either stuck in historic traffic or too short to traverse the historic snowdrifts.
“Green is for go,” unless you’re stuck in the snow.
Just how deep is the snow? I whipped out one of my limbs to show you, but acknowledge that “three-quarters of a Heideleg” isn’t a standard measure.
So here … check out this bus shelter instead.
In spite of the transit woes it sure has been beautiful, though.
It has also been reassuring to see that the days are getting steadily longer now, even if the sun is still just ornamental.
Maybe that’s why I’ve been so content this winter to mostly stay inside. There’s always something interesting to see in my building, even if it’s just condensation.
I’ve also loved the flowers my neighbors have planted or placed in almost every corner, like talismans to bring us spring.
And even if they don’t bring spring, I hope they’ll at least succeed in warding off any more snow.