For over three years Beverly and Coco have barked at each other through the fence, running back and forth playing together, but always separated, by fate. Finally, last week, their relationship was changed forever by the snowbanks rising above the 6′ fence and allowing them to wrestle and play in the same yard.
It’s all fun and games until Coco is not outside though, and Bev continues on into the street to search for fun elsewhere. She found herself in a compromising situation two nights ago.
Fortunately, a good Samaritan called us and we got her back home safely.
This morning, Squaw Valley announced they had exceeded the record for the “Snowiest Month on Record” – their upper mountain received 300″ in February alone, surpassing the previous record of 282″ in January of 2017.
Meanwhile in Truckee, our students are enjoying snow day #9 for the school year. They’ve also had a week off for ski/skate week, in which we chose to neither ski nor skate, but play on the beach in Mexico.
It’s been an abrupt return back to reality.
I ventured out for a run around town this morning to check out the conditions. The roads were sloppy, but the bike path was even worse, so I stuck to running around town, trying to avoid the cars, many of whom would neither slow down, or move over, instead, preferring to pelt me with slush and snow and water.
Looking forward to the next storm!