Digging Out

Mother Nature dropped at least a foot of snow upon us yesterday.

snowy-shed

Everywhere you look, it’s a Winter Wonderland.

snowy-pond

Today it was time to dig out.

hannah-snowshoe

Hannah soon discovered that snow shoes were the easiest mode of transportation.

saggin-birch

My Birch trees are sagging under the weight of the snow.

snowy-coop

Hannah tramped down the snow in the chicken run and cleared the snow off the sagging run roof.

porch-snow

The snow hanging off the porch roof with Hannah’s snowman in the distance.

snowy tractor

After plowing, Paul cleans up the dooryard with the tractor.

snowy-potato-basket

This was our first Maine Christmas without snow. This storm has more than made up for it!

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