It is unusual for us to get even one "sticking snow" a year. You will recall we already got one back in December (the one that killed my vegetable garden in one fell swoop!). We got another, much bigger one today! It is the biggest February snowfall in 50 years, and the biggest Central Mississippi snowfall period for 13 years! Here is what we woke up to:
Otis enjoyed tromping around in the snow and eating it!
The bradford pears defied their reputation and held quite a bit of weight in snow without breaking a single branch. I wonder if this snow will hurt the flower buds that were already forming?
We had some sizable pine limbs down, but luckily none on the house:
Having grown up north of here (in Chattanooga), Scott is a PRO at making snowmen. I never knew about this rolling technique!
Our rotund 'man boasts coal eyes, a Vols hat, and zombie arms:
Scott's rolling revealed the depth of the snow - 4+ inches!
The snowman's pet snow-kitty:
The bird-feeder looked more like a Smurf house today: