In this storm, which started yesterday about rush hour, we have seen many different types of snow. Corn snow, hail, fine light flakes and fat, wet flakes measuring almost 2" across. It piled up to about 5" total overnight. This is the view out the back deck (built by Bob).
Our ornamental Cherry tree in the back yard was covered.
As was the sweet gum at the top of the stairs.
This photo came from the very margin of the deep eave on our house just outside the front door. It reminds me of a map of an archipelago.
The last surprise that I found was out front in our cul de sac.
These were created by my husband leaving for work and the newspaperman as he swung through our neighborhood delivering our newspaper. I can't decide which orientation I like better.
I have lots more photos, but I am experiencing photo rotation difficulties tonight. That means that every single one of these shots had to be rotated several times and uploaded several times before they actually uploaded with the correct orientation.
This quickly curtails the joy and desire to post more pictures, but I will post one more photo to show you all why I am so willing to give up on this tonight and run downstairs to sew. One of my recent efforts since my return from Tucson. Sweet, It posted with the correct orientation the first time.