One of the good things about living on the scenic byway is that it is a major state highway. They keep this road plowed and plowed well whenever it snows.
Tuning left out of the resident gardeners driveway takes you into the Kingdom of Madison. We don't go that way very often.
The scenic byway looks fit for travel if you can get onto it. You need someone else to plow your own driveway.
Turning right from the resident gardeners driveway takes you to the mountain metropolis of Waynesville. Most often we go that way.
When the time comes that I might actually need to be some where in the winter it will be good to know someone who plows driveways.
For now I just stock up before hand and wait for it all to melt. That usually doesn't take to long in a southern winter. This time I don't think I will be able to avoid shoveling out a hole in the three and a half foot high and four foot thick berm of snow the scenic byway plow left at the entrance to the driveway. I am supposed to be going to Florida soon.
Tomorrow we'll have a chat about what it was really like during the Big Dump of '09'.