Gate handles were encased in ice.
The trees were laced with ice that cracked and made a spooky kind of music when the breeze blew.
Chores were a bit more time consuming and difficult. But eventually they got done and then my husband plowed the driveway. I really wished he didn't have to as I'd just completed raking all of the rocks out of the yard.
It was late afternoon before the town grader came through. The only person to travel our road was our neighbor.
The scenery was surreal and quite beautiful.
And in the evening the sun came out. As we were doing evening chores, ice was falling from the trees. However the sun set and the temperatures began to drop.
Some ice remained with an orange glow.
Our world was still iced this morning, but I imagine as soon as the sun peeks down into our 'hollow' the ice will melt.
Today the temperatures are supposed to rise again and there will be another quick melt off. Hopefully this was the last of the winter weather for a while.
I can look forward to more muck in the next few days.