Snowpocalypse… Whatever name it will be known by, and given the fact that it just started snowing again, I thought I would show you the view from inner SE PDX, which will explain why we are homebound.
Then it got really really cold. The plants have been suffering mightily.
Zonal denial may be catching up with me. This may be the year the banana belt does not come back to life.
The backyard pond is freezing over, and despite running it 24-hours-a-day, the waterfall is turning to ice.
Here’s why we can’t get out of the house safely.The ramp is a sheet of snow and ice.
The neighborhood animal population is hurting too.
But all is toasty and snug in the greenhouse.
The best part about this weather event is the fact that our electric power is still up and running. That’s what makes a snow/ice storm unbearable: losing electricity. But so far so good! Knock wood please.
And even when it’s frightfully cold and the forecast is for more and worse, there are always little signs of hope. Like this: