The March 3/4 storm that brought so much devestation to Alabama. Georgia and elsewhere brought us only about six inches of snow and by mid-morning the sun's radiant heat warmed your back and melted the snow off the driveways and streets. Left just beauty.
The photo above was the evening of the 3rd. snow just beginning to fall. There was already a few inches on the ground. Weather report indicated we may get wholloped. Turned out we didn't.
I, though did not know that and was up at 5AM ready to "plow through the snow" and get some photos. Sun rose around 6:10. I could already see the snow was only about six inches. The streets plowed and glistening.
I fed the pride - have six cats - tossed down a cup of coffee and left. Drove the immediate area around my home. Not much of an adventure; but was a pretty drive.
This farm just around the corner from home.
The 4Runner in front of Rockford Plantation.
Drove around the park where the "Plantation" is located. Then out "Amish Jagger". And found a couple of buggies. Also a heard of about eight deer.
After this snow we are seeing very cold temps. I can't wait for the warmth of Spring to arrive. Break out the motorcycle and seek out the next "adventure". So do return and find some more interesting places, great resturants and hotels.
Can't wait to roam about after being couped up for a rather boring Winter. Come on Spring - it's time to hit the trail!
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