March 11, 2023
Monday, February 27: Weather cleared enough that I was able to get to town to do some stuff. On the way home, I was unsurprised to have to wait for a train. The second train going the other direction, which you can just glimpse between cars of the closer one, was a bit more novel, though not unprecedented.
Tuesday, February 28: The snow in the back window continued to pile up. We’ve got some interesting shapes here, and things like icicles forming in the pocket between the glass and the snow, which I don’t recall happening before.
Wednesday, March 1: Mr. K and I went down to Spokane to pick up our friend Wendy who’d flown in to stay with us for her ski vacation. Another friend had gotten her from the airport so they could have lunch together, so we collected her from his office, which is in a beautiful old mansion that’s been repurposed at least twice but retains the beautiful details that modern buildings lack.
Thursday, March 2: Did some storm skiing with Wendy. Here she and Mr. K are plotting a course of action at the top of the mountain.
Friday, March 3: The storm passed and the view reappeared. The pole in the center of the frame is the same one featured in yesterday’s photo.
Saturday, March 4: These three folks were just a few of the many who decided to use the road in front of our house as a ski trail on this busy Saturday. Probably faster than waiting for the shuttle.
Sunday, March 5: Yes, I continue to be fascinated by the scene forming out my back window. The icicles are growing.
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