The total has to easily be above 2 feet. Lumbering thru the drifts the snow was often halfway up my thigh. When Bill plowed the driveway the snow was that high as well.
The horses were so glad to get out of the barn. They waded thru it as well, and all rolled... Grace took a few moments to just lay there
While Squeeke got stuck on her side! Just after I took a few pictures and decided I'd best go fetch her halter Beau went over and "helped" her up. He came close enough that his legs sunk in near her and she was able to use him for leverage and get out of the snow bank. It was pretty funny that's for sure!
The snowmobiles were stuck in the snow too. And honestly the snow was so powdery and deep once they got one unstuck
It just ended up bogged down again!
After some work Bill and I got it out and he got a path packed down. Wes was outside so long he came in crying- he was frozen! They got a big snow fort built in one of the banks though!
Bill had fun, despite the frustration of getting both the plow truck and snowmobile stuck numerous times!
I was glad to not be working and for getting to spend the storm with my family! I've been putting in a lot of hours these past few weeks... So it was extra special to be snowed in today! "Nemo" thanks for the fun!