Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Snowshoeing at BTV Airport

                                                                                         Now which way do we go?
"Pardon me, that way is a very nice way.
It's pleasant down that way too.
Of course people do go both ways."
The Wizard of OZ.


                                                                              From injury sprouts new life.


Dinner at the rink - Chipmunks on ice. 

                                                                            Prometheus are you under the snow? I will go to find Hercules, he will save you.


                                                       Shark teeth?

                                                                     I found an opening, a way out!

                                                                     are life

                                                             yet to be awakened.

                                                               The secret door?

                                        Gambling tree, lay down your chips.



                                        Miniature Christmas tree for chipmunks.

                                              Hello Tower? This is Snowbird, I'm headed into BTV, see you soon.

                                                      Fermenting in cold storage.

                                       Parking for dogs only.

                                                Off to get more snow lovers.

Snow Surfs up.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Snowstorm lands in Vermont backyard

December 10, 2014 snowfall was 9.4" (in that 24-hour period) making it a new (daily) record for December 10. 

Utilities: Snowstorm damage tops Irene, '98 ice storm

              Let it snow, Let is snow, Let it snow.

DEC 13, 2014:
                                             Feed an elephant peanuts you get a grey trunk. 
                                                                              Feed birds peanuts you get color.

                                                                        A red cardinal a day keeps the blues away