We suddenly have a very different looking whitish landscape today, though as I said, it's not going to last long. We came home last night to snow, and I graciously hopped out of the car to shovel a path to the door for my wife - we hadn't worn boots, coming from the snowless south. Two scrapes of the shovel I had left standing by the door (well-prepared as I am), and the handle snapped right off! So had to pick up a nice new fancy shovel today after church.
After lunch I headed out to get some pictures. A geocache I helped create had gone missing, so I went out and replaced it, and got in a nice walk too. And a bit of a drive round the countryside, snapping pictures of barns, so I can share some slightly wintry pictures for at least the next few days. I managed to walk for just over an hour, which brings my total for the week to 7 hours and 10 minutes - just scraped by, but on average I made it to one hour, 1 minute and 30 seconds or thereabouts, per day.