- You can hear the snow falling. It sounds like rain, but it is a very heavy, gloppy snow that is falling very fast, then melting because it is above freezing, about 35 degrees. I actually have a half inch or so, but I failed to show you the ground.
- It will make you dizzy when I move around (Sorry, I didn't plan to move, but changed my mind) but the purpose for the move was to show you that it is coming down hard enough that you can't see the mountains where I watch those beautiful sunrises.
- On the tree you can see how sloshy and wet it is. It cakes up like that, then the snow-fall slows, it melts enough to fall off the trees, then it snows again and builds up another glop on the trees. At least we are getting some moisture out of this!
Yeah, I'm still at home and staying here.
I have the bookcases unloaded, and now I'm working on the jeweler's bench. Geez, I have a lot of crap!! Hopefully when this rearrangement is done, I will be able to put most of it to use, however, so I'm rationalizing that it isn't too much for my eventual goals.
And speaking of that, I need to get back to work so this project doesn't last a week or more!!