After The Plow

No, this definitely isn’t right now:

The edge of our drive. Notice to the middle right, the top of the then builder's trailer; it was buried in that deep. [Photo by Mrs. Nello, March 5, 2010.]
The edge of our drive. Notice to the middle right, the top of the then builder’s trailer; it was buried in that deep. [Photo by Mrs. Nello, March 5, 2010.]

That photo is 6 years old, taken just about now in another early March. To be exact: it was on our driveway, March 5, 2010. It popped up the other day thanks to that Facebook “memories” stuff. (I find I’m not “liking” that much. It keeps unexpectedly and unnervingly sharing memories of DEAD PEOPLE with me! Do you have that happen, too?)

Hard to believe this nearly “snowless winter” how that much snow does usually come down in the Catskills.

We’ve been visiting with my dad in Pennsylvania for a few days. We drove down on Friday. He’s doing okay – which, I guess, is more than reasonable in the circumstances.

You probably also already guessed. Of course I didn’t shovel that! The snowplow had already been up our driveway and plowed us out. 😉

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Author: “Conventions: The Garden At Paris,” “Passports,” “Frontiers,” and “Distances.” British Airways frequent flier. Lover of the Catskill Mountains...and the 1700s. New novel of 1797-1805, "Tomorrow The Grace," due out in 2019.