This is our 2nd winter in New England. Coming from Wisconsin, we’ve seen a lot of snow. However, snow in Wisconsin is very different from a Nor’Easter in New England. A Nor’Easter in New England will drive you crazy. Especially when we have had 4 Nor’Easters since the last week of December. Each time a Nor’Easter hits us, we are greeted by at least a foot of snow. This is what the neighborhood looks like after 4 storms, aka Latte’s dream playground.
Check out this house with all the icicles
Look carefully at this photo below, you can see the shape of a car and the antennas of the car sticking out.
Another house with some impressive icicles hanging:
Look at all that snow on top of the little roof. This is all from the most recent storm we had this week:
This is the snow pile in our yard and Latte, the yellow mountain goat:
The snow in the backyard is pretty deep as you can see Latte digging in:
In case you are wondering, no, she is not cold at all:
And yes, she plays in the snow like this every morning and afternoon after her walk.
This is probably also why she sleeps in the entire day just to recover.