After our little rainstorm last Monday, it got a little warmer again during the week. That is probably why, on Friday, I awoke to find everything wrapped in thick fog. The weather people assured everyone that the fog would burn off by noon and it would be sunny. So I looked forward to having things covered in frost against a blue sky. However, that never happened. Instead it started snowing. A lot. From mid-afternoon to about 7pm, we got about four inches of wet snow. By the time the snow stopped, I bet there was 5-6 inches in my yard.
Oh, and the fog had still not burned off by Saturday afternoon, so I braved the snowy, untravelled gravel roads to head up to the wind towers. Everything was in shades of grey, except for some stubble. And the tops of the towers were still in fog, which was kind of creepy looking. None of these pictures were shot in black and white. That’s just how it looked.