Winter returned with a vengeance here in mid-Michigan. Over three days and several snowfalls we got about 14 inches of snow.
And it really looked beautiful till you drove around in it!
My journey to physical therapy took me by the Michigan State campus so I made a quick stop at the children's garden.
I think these look like Coneheads!
And no one wants to sit in the Butterfly chair today.
Is this a student who froze or a sculpture? Ah yes, I think I know the answer.
White sheep or tan sheep?
No one was taking a leisurely rest on the benches today.
And whoever was riding this? Bad idea.
All lovely. But it wears thin!
The snow was high on this tree at the physical therapy parking lot.
And even higher at Kroger!
I thought I'd take a quick spin by the Ditch just to show you what it's like in the winter. It's hard to believe that white space on the far side of the fence is water. Or rather, ice.
No one was sitting on this bench either!
Right now the only ones who can get along the unplowed paths are skiers or snowshoe fans. Cross country skier Rick, on the other hand, is in seventh heaven. Meanwhile, I'm hoping my neighbor got his truck dug out.
It's a very good time to paint! (By the time this posts, we're supposed to have rain and 40 degrees. I don't understand winter anymore.) And thanks for all the nice comments on my Valentine post! Yes, I'll keep him!
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