Winter Reflections

Yesterday was a bad day for weather across much of the province of Alberta. You have probably heard of the infamous 100-vehicle pile-up in blowing snow near Edmonton. There was also a three-fatality accident on the other side of Edmonton. Roads east of Calgary dangerous, too. But, once again, as has happened throughout the winter, our little corner of the world was unscathed-a few light snow flurries and a cold wind was about all we had. The creek continues to flood, very beautiful to see but causing some problems. A piece of fence that crosses the creek has already been buried in ice, allowing the cows to go where they shouldn’t be. Ron is busy tying the footbridge to trees with cable to prevent it washing away if a big rush of water comes down the ice at spring break-up. No sense worrying about it yet. Whatever happens happens!

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