Snowfall Morning

This is still fun for me, having not grown up in a snowy region, but I can see that it might get tiresome especially if you have to ride your bike to school…carrying your trombone for 1st Period morning Band lesson. Kinda awkward on a 10-speed.

7:42 AM

Accumulation is slow and steady, temp is 33.3°F, and one hour later it’s building up:

8:45 AM

And I had to hose-off the satellite dish to get any TV reception! Woot!

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The semi-sprawling adventures of a culturally hegemonic former flat-lander and anti-idiotarian individualist, fleeing the toxic cultural smug emitted by self-satisfied lotus-eating low-land Tesla-driving floppy-hat wearing lizadroid-Leftbat Califorganic eco-tofuistas ~

7 thoughts on “Snowfall Morning

  1. I don’t remember how I managed it, but I must have carried my trumpet to school on a bicycle.

    I live very near to a high school. I do see kids walking, but if I’ve seen a kid on a bike, with an instrument, I don’t recall. What I do see is a huge influx of traffic in the morning and afternoon, as kids drive, or their parents drive them.

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    • Right, trumpets require finger skill! We get a morning “traffic jam” on our one-lane country road as parents take kids to school in the morning, mixed in with school busses…but no kids on bikes anywhere to be seen.


  2. Commenting only because I haven’t in a while. Hello! Looks nice. And do kids still bicycle to school? I know we did but I don’t see many out and about any more. Maybe it seems too much like exercise.


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    • Thanks for visiting! Up here in the country I don’t see kids on bicycles, the roads are too dangerous, but down in the suburban flatlands it may be likely – if helicopter parents allow it…
      The snow was all gone by yesterday afternoon and the sun came out, but another storm trough is set to roll in today and this time more of a wet one to fill the reservoirs.


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