I could say it isn't so...but one look out the window tells a different story.
The Juncos are still here...they bring the snow ya know?
They flit around under the feeders kicking up snow hoping for a seed to become airborne...silly birds.
There were five inches at the snowstick just before dark last night and it was still snowing.
Far Guy and I got the odd left over Fall jobs done yesterday morning as it began to snow. Far Guy pounded the snow stick into place for me. The water hose was found under some crusty snow, the patio table was rolled to the garage even though it was covered in ice. The lawn mower was moved into the Desoto garage along with the three wheeler. I doubt that I will need the mower anymore but I would like to clean it up before storing it for the winter. I rescued the rain gauge and the trail cams will have to go on "winter trees vs summer trees"...because neither of us is climbing through a snowbank to get to them. Snow shovels made there way to the front door and to the garage. I got out my winter boots and will have to find my parka very soon. I washed up my red mowing boots and put away my sun hat.
This morning I will shovel. Because more snow is forecast. Seems like I barely got the leaves done and now I have snow to keep me occupied and out of trouble.