“Apres Le Deluge”

You’ve undoubtedly read about the northeaster which dropped a winter rainstorm on our area two days ago.

My trusty high-tech rain gage said it left between 5 and 6 inches in 12 hours.

And so we had to build barriers to keep the garage dry.   It worked, mostly.  Towels recovering outside today.

But the flowers think it is just an early spring rain, especially the daffodils.

The miniature Nandina (heavenly bamboo) continues to produce its bright red winter berries.

And the Scottish heather thinks winter is over and is beginning to bloom.

Just another scene from the global warming play.

Pictures from Brian Fogg, CEO, Credit Union of Vermont of their experience.

“Sailors take warning.”

A foot of white snow later turned to slush.

One Reply to ““Apres Le Deluge””

  1. from Brian Fogg, CEO Credit Union of Vermont:
    These pictures were before the storm which dropped another 12″ on us before changing to heavy rain which turned everything to slush. The sunrise photo was taken from my mailbox looking up at my neighbor’s house before the storm. Remember the old adage of “red sky in morning, sailors take warning.” see photos at end of blog above.

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