At the moment I know most of the U.S. is covered in snow of record proportions. Just thought I would share the fact that I meaning "moi" have been snow bound on a few occasions. LOL Well....maybe not a few - but one time!!!!
My husband and I do some motor homing in the summer, and often we will head to the West coast. This particular year we were heading to Big Bear Lake in California,
If you have ever been to Big Bear, you must understand the road is quite twisty and windy on the drive up there.
We left on a very nice sunny day and got up there with the sun shining. The next morning we woke up to this.
Needless to say I was a little shocked.....but Mr. Cool said not to worry; we had plenty of fuel and enough food to last the length of the storm.
We ended up having to stay 2 extra days; but we loved every minute of it. Our dog Sophie had never seen snow so she would romp and run and bury her head completely in the stuff.
So even though I don't live where it snows; I can truly appreciate the magical wonderland it creates when you wake up to a freshly fallen snowfall.
I know the trouble starts when it begins to melt and all you have is brown sludge; but - OH MY- HOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS AFTER IT HAS FALLEN AND EVERYTHING IS DEADLY STILL AND YOU FEEL LIKE THE UNIVERSE HAS COVERED YOU WITH A BLANKET OF THE SOFTEST COTTON YOU HAVE EVER SEEN!!
Blessings to all of you dear friends,