Well, it wasn't as bad as it could have been. There was probably about 10 inches of snow. It's hard to say for sure because the strong winds quite effectively rearranged it.
I dutifully went out to take pictures this morning, with the intent of sharing them here; but the snow was still coming down fairly heavily, and some of the flakes positioned themselves on the camera lens. The resulting blur was a complete distraction, and I couldn't talk myself into venturing out again for another try.
But I'll go ahead and share a few of the snow-blurred images.
Above is a photo of a neighbor digging out some other neighbors. Neighbors helping neighbors...it's a beautiful thing.
And here is Doug snow blowing our driveway. The snow didn't handle very well. There was a crust on it from the freezing rain we had gotten after most of the snow had fallen.
This is interesting...two icicles on the same branch, but pointing in different directions.
I hope for all of you that the storm was no more life-disrupting than it was for us.