Yesterday afternoon and evening another seven-plus inches of snow fell on Winter's Chase in Riva Trace in Annapolis, Maryland. The last time we had this much snow was right before Christmas. It's hard to believe that we've had two major snow storms this winter. It hardly seems like we live in the Mid-Atlantic and Annapolis because it feels more like New England and Boston. So Rocky and I took a walk this morning. While the temperature was only 19 degrees, the early sunny morning was nothing other than spectacular. Then entrance monument to the community says it all ...
Winter's Chase Way is snow covered but plowed. Unlike the December storm, this time the plow drivers were on top of it.
Even Riva Trace Parkway was plowed and the sidewalks were shovel. That's Rocky (lower right) walking just ahead of me. He's a lab-mix from the SPCA of Anne Arundel County in Annapolis, Maryland.
The sun was still low in the sky when we set off on our walk. The light was spectacular. I really like it when the horizontal light is golden.
The field at the end of Riva Trace Parkway and Riva Road was beautiful. The field and the sky really framed the little farm house and out building.
While January finishes up with a roar, we'll have to see if March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.