Friday, March 20, 2015

First Day of Spring In Maine



Happy first day of spring from Maine…
still plenty of snow but it is melting a little bit.






Monday, March 2, 2015

Cold, Windy and A Beautiful Sunset


Late this afternoon, the wind picked up
 and temperature dropped as the sun set.

The sky was so beautiful.





Thursday, February 26, 2015

A Hint of Sun



The past few days we have had a little respite from the
 incredible blizzards
 and it may continue into next week.
Though we still have mountains of snow
and it is super cold we can almost believe
that spring may not be too far away.


Sunday, February 15, 2015

Sunday, After the Blizzard


Once again we found ourselves 
shoveling out from a blizzard
that left us overwhelmed.

Fortunately the snow was very
light but unfortunately there was so
much of it and the snowbanks are
already so high, we had trouble finding
a place to put it as we cleared pathways
and the driveway.




There could be more snow this week and that is
worrisome.

Monday, February 9, 2015

Too Much Snow



Shoveled again this early evening
to my studio.






The stairs disappeared.



The snowbanks are over my head which makes it
so very difficult to find places to put the snow
without having it fall back down in the path
I am trying to shovel.

What a winter!

The Snow in February So Far



February 3, about to shovel a path to studio
and I noticed the delicate bird prints in the snow.




Yesterday it snowed again…the snowbanks 
are above my head in places.




Shoveled to the studio early last evening.




More snow fell overnight and this is my studio 
this morning…more shoveling is awaiting me.
Oh, and it is also super cold.

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Snow and More On the Way


The snow from the blizzard on Tuesday
has taken days for us to clear….
this was our deck on Thursday.








Friday brought 4 or 5 more inches of snow which seemed
manageable  and was very beautiful as we took a ride
by the ocean and through town.




Tomorrow could bring 8 to 12 more inches of snow
and the snow banks are already very tall…