Sunday, December 13, 2009

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

We woke up to a winter wonderland here in Highland this morning. We only got 3-4 inches of wet snow over night, so I'm expecting someone from Logan to post over the top of this with photos of the foot of snow that fell in Cache Valley last night. It's still snowing outside. Let's hope it's coming down hard at the 'Beav so we can enjoy some Christmas skiing.

Annie has the house is decked out with Christmas decorations inside, but from the outside all you can see is our tree in the front window. The tree is well adorned with Grandma Fife snowflakes.

It's funny, but as soon as I walk outside, the Polaris starts flashing it's lights indicating it's ready to roll. The wet heavy snow proved to be a very difficult task for the ATV and plow. I can only imagine how much more a snow blower would have struggled. Check out my new bike storage rack in the back ground. It was quite a project. Those California plates on the Armada will be coming off today and replaced with Utah plates.

Maybe next year I'll get some out side lights and decorations up but for now a couple of pine cones will have to do.

1 comment:

  1. It looks like you are getting settled in more and more all the time. We hope your roots get far enough down to keep you in Utah!