Took this about an hour after clearing out a foot of snow...shows you how fast it accumulates when the wind is blowing at over 15 mph and how intense the wind is, check out the imprint of the door in the snow! Awesome!!
I love my Sorel's...(if you look closely, you can see the Sorel icon in the middle) they keep my feet warm AND dry, while providing outstanding traction in the snow! Another "must have" out in the country during the winter time!
We have been under a winter storm warning since about 12am this morning and it is predicted to last until 6am tomorrow morning. I left work early today because the weather was so bad, the roads were even worse, barely any pavement visible through the blowing snow...welcome to February in Wisconsin! Once home, I was greeted by over a foot of snow where I usually park the F150 which meant "tractor time"! The snow was easy work for the tractor, but the problem is where to put it...we're running out of room to pile it up. The loader can lift up to about 7 feet in the air, but the piles are pushing the height limit of the loader, so I am having to be creative in finding new places to dump the white stuff, while thinking strategically, because sooner than later...it is going to melt, so it needs to have plenty of room to drain...But for now, I'll just keep re-distributing the white stuff and worry about the melt-off when it comes!