This morning. Same view.
But, the temperature is above freezing now, and the snow is beginning to fall off of the branches. I have been out shoveling all morning. I was just tackling a path to the mailbox when a white knight in blue jeans, aka my next door neighbor, came over with his snow blower. He told me that my face was beet red and that I should go inside, which I gladly did. He's now out there cleaning out my driveway, so I can get out, if I have to.
We've had a lot of heavy, wet snow out of this storm. This is a standard height bird bath. I haven't made it to that bird feeder yet, but it's a finch feeder, and I haven't seen any there since around November, so I'm in no big hurry.
I did the path over to the big bird feeder all by myself (aren't I wonderful, not)!
Cleared a big patch around the feeder so that the ground birds had a place to land, and put down some sunflower seeds and cracked corn.
And, since Gina is sleeping on the blanket and beadspread that I have to wash today, I guess I'll join her for a bit.