More snow. I’m beginning to wonder if this winter will ever end.
I’ve tried to keep the pathways clear but there is no where left to pile the snow. Usually I clear the full circle through the garden but this year it is barely one quarter done. Just enough to walk in and turn around;
The second entrance to the garden is completely blocked but occasionally one of the little ones attempts to go this way;
Some of the snow in the garden was originally on the shed roof but my husband cleared it off the shed and into the garden – good thing the little one are not great climbers or they might attempt to get on the roof;
I have cleared the full circle around the hill in the ‘gravel’ area;
That center snow pile is over four feet tall – if the little ones are on the opposite side they can’t see me. ‘Where are you?’ is the most popular question.
I usually clear the snow from around the benches and stumps so we have places to sit and play. This year we just have the single file circle path to walk on. I have cleared the snow from the tunnel entrances but there’s not enough room for any of us to crawl through;
There is a small pathway to the tipi and the snow around it has created a nice cozy shelter – we like it;
The biggest snow pile is on the ‘grass’ area adjacent to the deck. The older children like to climb up and slide down towards the deck – there are obstacles on the other three sides so there is no sliding or rolling down them 😦
The little ones have tried to climb up but it is too steep for them to make it all the way to the top. We have too much snow – and we got a whole bunch more after these pictures were taken.
Of course there is a plus side to the recent snowfall – the rural schools were closed so a couple of our ‘old’ friends came to spend the day with us. It was a really nice way to spend a snow day 🙂