|This is the view from out our front door, the snow came up past the door knob.|
|This is the left side....|
|... and this is the right side of the garage. Oh, and that's our car under the snow. The area I stomped down is kind of visible. When I was done I was covered in snow past my waist.|
When I got out into the street I saw my neighbor standing where the open garage is, he asked me "Do you have a shovel? How did you get out of there?" "Ummm, no - no shovel, but I would love to borrow yours!" I said.
|Looks like no one was going anywhere...|
|...especially this guy, This is our neighbor across the way, he's just slightly snowed in.|
|This was another picture of out our front door. The blizzard included very high winds (they ranged from 25-60mph), which resulted in some really beautiful (and tall) snow drifts.|
|More pictures of the snow drifts from inside our (warm) apartment.|
|This was the road out of our apartment. At least they had plowed some of it at this point!|
|They put it where ever they can and this spot is where most of the plowed snow in our area of the complex went (I assure you there is flat ground under that pile).|
The snow pile was ridiculously fun to play on, just so you know. Binderclips refused to play with me though, it's ok he'll get out there sooner or later.
Any who, I hope you all like the pictures. The governor of Wisconsin declared a state of emergency on Wednesday - so, everything was closed. Since I work from home I still had to work though, but I can't complain too much!
Even though we aren't in Kansas anymore, Kansas also got hit pretty hard by the blizzard. TB from Year31 shared her Kansas blizzard experience with everyone with some posts on her blog, so be sure to check those out as well.
Ok, I'm off to warm up. Have a great day everyone. Later gators!