Harts Pass No. 229

It is INDEED winter. Two weeks ago - no snow on the ground and rumblings of rain in the forecast. And a 100% chance of rain is never ideal at the dawn of winter, so the wolverines and I are perfectly pleased that it snowed instead. Wet and heavy snow mind you, so it slid immediately off of the roof and it looks like this out the front window...

Taken with a low-horizon perspective of course, but I kind of love how the 3.5 foot pile of snow looks like an arctic mountain range or a calving glacier in this image. Throw in a couple of Godzilla-era stop-motion puppets and you've got an excellent stage setting for an arctic monster movie. Cheers!

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