My goal of doing a weekly post hasn't quite happened yet, but here's an update for early December.
We had 24" of snow in November with rain in between to pretty much clear the snow off. It started snowing on the 1st and we are now at 42" for the month of December. We usually don't start to get our serious snow until late December, so this could end up being in "interesting" winter.
Looking out at the greenhouse from the lodge.
View of the bay between snow squalls.
Looking across Warm Springs Bay from the deck.
Looking out through the dining room window.
We had some serious icicles on all sides of the lodge!
Sadie Creek looking downstream from the bridge.
Sadie Creek upstream from the bridge.
Jen clearing snow from the stairs and deck.
A Sitka black-tail deer wandered by one day.
Feral wondering where that gob of snow went.
This harbor seal swims by every day making his rounds.
Feral's Toilet Trail--she usually comes back faster than she goes out.
Jen's taking a photo class and this is one of her artsy experiments.
Luckily, we have a very fast snow blower!