At this time of the year, it is hard to see green anywhere around our place. Especially not after a big snowstorm which covered the evergreens we have. During the night, we heard rattling sounds as of breaking glass on our outside wall. A little before midnight, while watching a suspenseful scene in CHUCK, the power went off. My husband and I were forced to retire early and were glad that he was able to get canned cooking gel from Walmart late in the afternoon. However, thank God for the efficient power company, electricity was restored in the wee hours of the morning.
This was the scene which greeted us the snowstorm.
It was a wet snow and it clung to the boughs.
The sound of shovels scraping snow and snowblowers echoed in the neighborhood.
There was a lot of snow on the road that snowplows worked non-stop from night to day to night.
I never really thought I could join the Green challenge. But while I was looking at the pictures of the clean-up day, I saw touches of green everywhere. And Big MACK just begged to be in the party.
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I’m participating in the online adventure travel and photography magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggersThis week’s Challenge is: Green!