Tomorrow I will attempt an escape. Will it even be possible?
You folks living up north where snow is a normal occurrence need to chime with with tips and hints on how to get to the scenic byway on a snow covered drive.
It's down to about a foot of fairly slushy snow now. The tire track zone has been walked even lower. Tonight there will not be a hard freeze. This entire dump has been a blessedly warm event.
One small Ford Ranger truck with rear wheel drive and a bed loaded with snow for the extra weight is going to make a break for it in the morning after the sun comes up and it warms just a bit. Wish me luck.
Well, it's a cat house now. I hope they are checking it out now while I type and decide they like it. It will be home for a few days.
I will have snow issues to contemplate during this brief escape. This does not look appealing in the least from a safety perspective. Metal roofs must have entirely different properties when it comes to shedding snow.
The dry stack stone wall is in the thud zone and with a much larger wallop.
But hey, that wall is still standing and there were a couple of people who dissed its stability. Preventative caution however is not unwarranted. Note too how the wet stones pick up a red tint to match the columns.
Very zen like. Mountain peaks high above the clouds.
I will take a moment to think zen thoughts before pressing the gas pedal forward to escape.