When Auburn won the National Championship, we've had ourselves quite a snow/ice storm! It was actually the most snow we've had since the Blizzard of 93, when we got 17 inches!
We measured 4 1/2" in our front yard, but some spots were as deep at 7"!
This wasn't your ordinary fluffy white powder either. After it snowed about 4", it started sleeting/freezing rain, which gave us about a 1" layer of ice on top.
Wiggley had a tough time walking on the snow/ice, but he loves to eat snowballs!
This is what our road and most roads around here looked like until Thursday. Some roads still look that way, which is why roads/schools/businesses were cancelled all week long.
The layer of ice made it impossible to make a snow angel, but that didn't stop Lance from trying. We'll call it a snow farmer.
We were lucky to be out of chickens when the snowstorm hit. We're getting them back next Friday, so I wish this stuff would melt so I could get inside my chicken houses without feeling like I'm trying out for the Winter Olympics.
I'm waiting for the rest of the ice to slide off the chicken houses/our house and impale me.
And when it melts, this is what we have to look forward to underneath it. Mud. Lots and lots of mud.