School was canceled today for the fourth time so far this winter. Snow Days are always a bit of a treat because we can sleep in and pretend that the rest of the world doesn’t exist. Although at this rate the kids will still be in school come July. This round yielded only about eight inches. On top of the 24-30″ already on the ground. This picture of Paul with Ginger out back give you a sense of how deep the snow is getting.
Yet Another Snow Day
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