Yesterday, parts of the US, including northern VA, got hit with another winter storm dumping inches of wet snow. But, the Frog & PenguINN’s snow shovel sat idle as the VA eastern shore was pounded with winds up to 35 mph and downpours — 2.04 inches of rain within a 24-hour period.
Here’s some shots from the morning after when I took a walk around the neighborhood.
This is not waterfront property, well maybe now it is, and looks like it’s a good thing there’s a boat nearby.
Nope, these are not peaceful streams — looks can deceive.
These are where vegetable gardens will be planted if Spring AND dryer weather come here (soon), preferably together.
We hope that blogger friends and all others in the path of the latest winter storms were safe.
So when did that groundhog say Spring was coming?