Thursday, December 25, 2008
This morning I woke up to almost a foot of snow in my yard, Merry Christmas to me! Nick and I quickly threw on our snow boots grabbed a shovel and started digging. Yes I said digging. We had to dig our way through the snow to the car. I cleared off the deck as Nick cleared all the snow from around my car. We actually woke up early just to shovel snow, we knew it was coming. Sierra cement is what we call it here and it’s just was we needed to fill in all the places we like to ride. Tahoe had a bit of delay this year, but now it’s snowing and it doesn’t look like it’s going to let up for awhile, well let’s hope not!
Nick shoveling the walkway.
Snow level in the back yard at the end of the storm.
The storm in full force.
Monday, December 15, 2008
For those of you who have yet to visit me in Tahoe I thought I would publish a few pictures so you could at least see where I live! It has a real cabin feel to it. :)
Shot of the front of the house.
After months waiting, praying, and dancing for snow it has finally paid off. It's been long awaited, but Mother Nature has been in full force since Saturday, already dropping a foot of snow! According to the 10 day forecast it looks like it's not going to stop for a while.This means all the resorts should be open by the end of the week! Welcome to my winter wonderland/ playground. I'll be bringing you updates about snow and our winter shenanigans all season long. Get ready for a Epic Winter!!!
The fence in my backyard, you can see how much it snowed last night.
Sunday, December 7, 2008
This year for Thanksgiving we had a little Thanksgiving feast/party at our house. We made all the sides and had 2 Birds, cheesecake, apple pie, and brownies with dulce de leche.
Of course the camera didn't come out until later, so I don't have any picture's of all the yummy food, but below are a few shots from later in the night.
Jenny and Shaneen
Erin and I with Buddy