Ken's Voyages Around the Sun

Ice Storm
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At the start of the week we had wintry weather: snow, sleet, rain, freezing rain, snowy sleet, sleety snow, all that kind of thing. It makes for some treacherous driving and walking, but if it stays on the trees and bushes long enough for the clouds to pass, you get some amazingly beautiful and sparkly landscapes.

My poor little travel camera could not do the big scenes justice but give some hints in the photos below. If you can imagine acres and acres of huge trees crystalized in the bright sunshine, then you have some idea what it's like to see in person.

Ice-entombed shrubbery.

Ice on a tree with sun behind.

Ice on a fence.

Cornell's Beebe Lake dam, overflowing higher than I've ever seen it before.

Ferocious waterfalls.

By the way, the offer on the house and all extra property was accepted. Now the fun part (not) begins with laywers and inspectors and bank people.

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