Monday, January 3, 2011

It's like the veil is lifted

It's been warm enough for the start of the new year, that the (last) Great Blizzard of 2010 has started to fade away. Between Saturday being in the upper 50s (we're talking close to 60) and Sunday being in the low to mid 50s, the snow is going through a drastic change. Not to mention that Sunday brought an unbelievable amount of fog. It was like the sky decided to white (or gray) wash every view, 360 degrees round. It was simply amazing, because at one point, one could not see 10 feet in front of them. I was out in the driveway, trying to get some of the leftover ice remnants off the gravel, and a car drove by. As soon as it got five feet from me, I lost it to the mist. I heard the car, but could not see it. The grand total of hours spent with reduced visibility: around 10. Give or take what happened through out the night.






 











































Cheers,