The point of the story is that in between discs about 9:15, I looked outside to see it snowing hard. Really hard. I was so glad to be inside, knowing I wasn't going to make it till midnight and not caring.
That meant shovelling this morning. At least it's light and fluffy. We've probably had nearly a foot in the last week or so. Here's the first photo of 2017.
We like to shovel the back patio onto the garden. This gives it a bit more snow pack for protection against chinooks, and lets us use the patio if it gets nice out. I will not be astonished to be using the BBQ sometime in January, wearing a T shirt.
Here's the December image of the month. It was a hard choice between the skyline shot with the swirl or the moon under the bridge, and this one.
I don't hear any of my readers weeping, wailing, and generally flinging themselves about, so I'll continue to post at least a good photo a day, except when the photo is a learning experience. Then it might be a "bad" one. Once I get a better place to display the photos that might change. You'll be the first to find out.
A buddy reminded me I haven't done an AMA for a while. So dear readers, you get to open the year by opening your imagination by asking me anything. All questions guaranteed an answer. Send them by comment, Facebook, Twitter, or text. Even Instagram if you must.