Views from the other side of a Nor Easter….

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We woke up to a slightly different landscape this morning.

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And after a solid day and night of howling winds, it was time to take stock.

And pictures.

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There were some impressive drifts.

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And swirls.

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The backyard had its own mountain range.

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And the front?

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Buried.

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The snowblower had its work cut out for it finding the driveway…

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Did I mention the wind was still blowing?

This didn’t bother Lord Dudley Mountcatten as he was enjoying the early morning sun….

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Though the table drifts did block his bird viewing. It’s rough to be a cat.

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31 thoughts on “Views from the other side of a Nor Easter….”

  1. Whoa…I remember similar blizzards back in Ontario in the 1970s. Always sunny and gorgeous the next day. Happy to live vicariously through you!

    Deb

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  2. Impressive snow drifts….but that’s too much snow for my taste. It’s currently 61 degrees here. I think Mother Nature needs to take her hot flash medication, this shit is getting annoying. Any picture of his Lordship is worthy of admiration, lol.

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  3. Tell hubby snow blowers are best kept on the porch when you know Nor’Easter’s are coming. My snow shovel ptoudly sits by the front door from October to May!
    Our cats would gladly join His Lordship overlooking that scenery, but we won’t let them cross the border….

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