Looking down toward the garden you can see the snow is deep enough to track a cat and in New Hampshire that is how we date our first snow fall. There it was the saying that the day of the month that the first snow fall that you could track a cat in would tell you how many snow storms you would have that winter. If that holds true for TN also it will mean we will have just one. However Norman says be careful, when did it snow? If it snowed before midnight we will have 31 snow storms this winter. Boy I hope he is wrong!!Looking down to the tool shed and barn.
This is looking down the side of the house to the blue berries and grapes. The grapes have no leaves left of the vines so they don’t have much snow but behind them are the blueberries and they are covered in snow. I was too cold for me to go out and get the pictures so I taught Norman how to use my Mac and he took the pictures for me. I will publish this and then try to get a picture of the bush right next to the porch and will add it to this post if I can get it without going off the porch. I like to show you what is happening here but not so much I want to go out in this!
This is the bush right next to the house. I got this picture standing on the porch and that is as far as I wish to go. If I wanted snow I would have stayed in NH. Today I will sew and work on my family tree and wait for the snow to melt. Tonight it is forecasted to be colder so it may take a couple days to melt but I can wait.