My neighbor figured out why I back into my parking spot when snow (especially a blizzard) is predicted.
Yeah, the drift forms on the passenger side of the car. Of course, I still have a drift on the driver’s side, but it’s much smaller than the one on the passenger’s side. This was taken around 1:30 AM the 11th of April. Same time the last blizzard, I had a drift on the passenger side as tall as my car!
Dougy had to snoop while I took photos, of course. Don’t think I didn’t watch him very closely while the door was open!
You are courageous to venture to take photos out door by the weather, Doug !
I’m standing safely inside! I am not a fan of cold weather, especially with strong winds.
OMG,you opened the door with the great escape artist being right there! Maybe the snow scared him to stay in and thats why you were so brave Doug!
He doesn’t bolt when he escapes. He simply walks out, quietly! That’s why I have to be aware of where he is if the door is open.,
he’s a tricky kitty!
It’s made me paranoid about that door!
I don’t blame you Doug!
Dougy is wise. He knows that walking in that white stuffs would get his lil’ bean pads freeze and ice cycles form on his furrs.
Yes, with his hairy paws, that definitely would be a problem the longer he stayed out.
OH NO!! Not another blizzard. We don’t have any white stuff thank goodness just rain.
Blizzards are serious business. I don’t care for them.
At least the boys are warm and safe.
Yes, that is a blessing. Many pets are left outside.
I confess I felt a bit of schadenfreude when I heard my friends in Minnesota were buried in snow: but April is too late for a darn blizzard! Take care, Doug!
Yes, it shopuld be, but we (where I live) lucked out and got very little of the snow or strong winds. Based on the forecast, virtually everything from schools to stores were closed for the day. As it turned out, all of those places could have stayed open. On the other hand, north of here got buried.
A little shadenfreude is OK! The way things work, Minnesotans probably have tons of it when other places are stuck in 100 degree plus weather for days on end.)
Oh dear Doug, be stay in warm and safe… I can’t believe snow there. Thank you, Love, nia
It was relatively light where I live. We will have snow even in May, though it generally melts fast. I even saw one snow flake on the 4th of July one year, but it melted before it hit the ground!
You three need to stay safe and warm!
We had an uneventful “blizzard”! The forecasted blow didn’t happen where I live, fortunately.
Brrr! Stay inside guys!
That we did! I had no reason to go out until Friday, two days later, and things pretty much were cleared up or melted by then as far as roads.
I bet he put one toe on that snow and was then, like, “Nope.”
As soon as I saw he put his adventure hat on, I told him “No way, Douglas!” and closed the door on his nose!
With age, comes wisdom. 🙂