What do you do when your living in a winter wasteland? There is snow and snow and more snow. I planned on going hiking today, but the roads were far too snowy to drive for anything but emergencies. I had no choice but to stay right at home.
I looked out the window hoping things would change, but I didn't seem to be having any luck today. I almost decided to stay inside when it dawned on me that I could go hiking right here. So that's what I decided to do.
I walked out of the door and into the street, and I watched the cars going by. Maybe it wasn't a typical everyday adventure for me, but I was determined not to let this weather beat me. If I couldn't see any animals, I could take pictures of something else.
So I started taking pictures of the cars passing by. I stood and stared at traffic until I could get a few good shots of these passing vehicles. These must be the biggest creatures I've ever gotten photos of. Hey, it's better than throwing snowballs at them. That's not really that fun, because for some reason everybody gets so angry when you do that.
After doing that, I decided on another great, fantastic, wonderful adventure. I decided to shovel the snow from my sidewalk. What? You think that's not a fun adventure? You should try it. Come shovel my sidewalk the next time it snows. I guaranty that you'll have fun. If you don't then my name isn't Arthur Fonzarelli.
Oh, wait a minute. That isn't my name! You should still try shoveling the snow from my sidewalk. I guess I can't guarantee fun, because I have the wrong name. But you still might like it. You never know until you try.
After all of that nonsense you're probably thinking I've gone off the deep end. I'm one wave short of a shipwreck. I'm going slightly mad. I could go on and on and on... and on. But that's enough for today.
Oh yeah... I took some good pictures while I was out there. They're only snow and cars, but you can see them just above. That's all from the loony bin for today. I'll talk to you again when I find those last few marbles that I lost. They must be around here somewhere...