Not much to report from Barrington, Rhode Island. We are extremely thankful that we have not lost power during this storm! Makes it fun to be stuck at home with a day off from work. I took a couple photos this morning and some more a half hour ago right after the snow plow came down our street and cleared out the circle at the end of our cul-de-sac. Our DPW crews do a great job here. We had so much snow in the circle that the plow actually got stuck and had to dig his back wheels out -- and he had chains on his tires. I'd estimate we had 17-18 inches here. No school tomorrow -- and work at the Naval War College delayed until noon as far as I know. So, enjoy the photos and stay warm.
|Chloe's not sure she wants to be outside|
|Looking up our street towards the main road|
|Chloe thinks she wants to go on a walk|
|Looking down our street towards our house|
|Snow drifted up against our back door this morning before the second heavy snowfall period. About one foot high|
|Snow piled up on top of our storage box on the back patio|
|Snow hanging several inches over the edge of our roof|