It's good to be home again! I had a great trip and it was wonderful to be with the Scrappy-Go-Lucky team. We have all sorts of plans so the next few months should be a lot of fun! I also enjoyed meeting so many of my internet friends at CHA. Remarkably, my flight was not canceled and almost arrived on time. We had a "spot of bother" once we got to Boston. The pilot pulled into the gate but then announced that the jetway wheels had frozen to the ground and the crew was attempting to de-ice them. Eventually, we had to switch to another gate where the jetway was not frozen so we could get off the plane.
There is a LOT of snow here. The main roads were clear but as we came into Concord conditions were not as good. There is just too much snow and nowhere to put it!
This is the sign for our street - it is buried about 2/3 of the way to the top.
Yes - that is a lot of snow at our front walk...
The snow nearly reaches the top of the deck railing.
The Christmas tree is still outside - someday the snow will melt enough to take it down and put it away.
We have some icicles in the back of the house and we think an ice dam has forced some water inside the house. We have water dripping from a beam between the kitchen and family room. Sometimes I wonder why so many of us choose to live in these cold climates!
I wanted to share the snow photos for the people who had asked me to post some. I am not adjusted to East Coast time and I think I'll get back to crafty posts on Friday. I have a lot of things to show you and I'll be able to take photos of some of the other CHA projects that I think you will like.
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