The road I live on, looking close to due east. You can see that the snow hasn't melted at all. It'll be a little muddy when it does; this is a gravel road.

Waxing moon in the daylight sky--about 5 pm.

It’s forty below, according to the song. It can be–our 40 below record lows go through the end of March. But today it was more like 20 above, and while the sunlight was pretty bright, it was enjoyable being outdoors.

As you can see, the storm took down a few birch branches in my yard. Nothing like the snapped spruce at Wolf Run, though.

I took a few pictures, and thought I’d share them with those who live in warmer climes. The first part of Tourist Trap is very much based on the landscape I live in. Enjoy!