Monday, December 27, 2010


The wind was and continues to be fierce; the cold bitter and biting. But the snow, well, around here, not too much. Actually, I can’t provide accurate figures for snowfall accumulation because the snow here in the hills of Worcester County was generally light and fluffy. Add in the high winds and that meant both drifting and scouring. The drifts in the dooryard near the barn measured around 18-20 inches / 45-50 centimeters. Yet there were a couple of small, nearly bare spots on the driveway. When Chuck ventured out earlier this evening he found the roads around town in generally good shape. The exceptions were dramatic and all involved rural roads, like ours, where the high winds had swept snow off open fields, onto the road.

Tomorrow promises sunshine, more below freezing temperatures, but lighter winds. Trust me, that will most definitely be an improvement!


Ms Brown Mouse said...

Is that your drystone wall??? I want that wall, gimmie!
O, and keep warm :)

Pink Granite said...

Hi DMM -
Why, yes it is, but it has developed quite a serious slump - actually a couple of them - over the years.

Someone actually came by a long time ago and tried to buy all our stone walls!

Now that the wind has died down we're doing much better at keeping warm!
- Lee

Ms Brown Mouse said...

Buy your stone walls?? Goodness, but then they would have to rebuild it, yes? I'd rather just look at yours.