This has been a rough winter for anyone living in the northeast part of the US. It’s been especially difficult when you are required to work outside. Until the upper level ICF build is complete and a roof is finally put on the home, the construction team will just have to continue to deal with what Mother Nature throws at them. For the past month now, we’ve been getting weekly snow storms. Last week’s storm dumped 17 inches of fresh snow on top of the eight inches already on the ground. It took most of the next day to shovel the snow off the newly installed deck on the upper level.
These photos show not only the amount of snow that has accumulated in recent weeks, but the early formation of the upper level. Note the enormous frame that will soon become our bedroom window. In the lower photo, Chloe, our older Vizsla is checking out the dramatic view from this window. I think she likes it.