I'll make it easy and more direct this time.......here are the links to the photo albums highlighting the last half of the Trans Wisconsin Adventure Trail.
August 27, 2009
August 28, 2009
August 29, 2009
August 30, 2009
.....and to provide a bit of timely balance to those mostly warm and bright images above, I offer this morning's drift busting results, a rather mediocre result after two very tough passes with the plow truck, 4AM
I plowed yesterday just before dark, then was forced to go out after winds of 30-40 mph all night long again this morning. We got home from work this afternoon, stopped at the mailbox where we found mail inside the box and a UPS package on the snowbank behind the box (our UPS driver knows when to avoid our driveway and has permission to be 'creative').
Peg looked at me and said, "you better not". We spoke this morning and prepared for, my walking in and leaving her up on the road in the car and once I had the road cleared, she'd follow me back to the house. She had her knitting along, so would have been fine ......at least for awhile.
I said, "we're goin'"
It's amazing what a 30 mph downhill head start can accomplish. Sure, there were 10 seconds or so when I couldn't see but I know the driveway pretty well. When I put the car in Park up at the garage (made it this time...ha!), Peg wondered if we'd done a 360 on the way in. I told her that I was pretty sure that we had not.
"Well it felt like it".
Back out to plow again this evening, the wind is still blowing so I'm imagining another session tomorrow morning as well. Spring tomorrow.