It kept coming and was 7 inches deep at our front door.
I know that's not much compared with other people but we played at being snowed in.
Part of the garden
Mr. Esmeralda built a garden chair from scrap wood.
I cleared out and tidied the stuff in the attic and did some knitting, helped by Mabel.
We played a game called "Caper" where you steal jewels with the help of miniature metal ladders, screwdrivers, wirecutters, knives and pipewrenches and try to get them back to your hide-out.
The words on the cards are in English and French so when you have a "Roll Again" card you can say "I'm playing a "Rejetez les dés" card which is fun, of course. I am easily amused.
We fed the birds (constantly) and in addition to the regulars we saw more unusual visitors - one brambling, one blackcap, a flock of redwings and some fieldfares.
The artistic fox wandered by.
The blue butterfly transfer on the window is an attempt to stop the birds flying straight into it.
After a few days we got cabin fever and put on our Yaktrax Shoe Ice Grips to walk round the hill which took a lot longer than it usually does.
Mr. E. climbing the hill
In the front garden a heather was flowering through the snow
All the pieces were painted first then digitally put together.
If you are snowed in I hope you are having as much fun as we are.