Buried

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Tiny House Ontario September 2013

Tiny House Ontario September 2013

It is quite different looking at the house in the fall and in the winter.  The snow is about 2 feet deep there now, but around the house it is only about a foot deep.  I guess it must protect itself from drifting because of the angle of the house to the prevailing winds.

I thought you all might like to see how buried under the house was when I arrived yesterday.

It snowed in the night, and I beat my cousin Kenny in getting there.  He had not been in with the plough yet, so we walked in.  We had a perfect day for it!

The long midday shadows are gorgeous this time of year

The long midday shadows are gorgeous this time of year

 

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Categories: Forest, Nature, Off Grid, Ontario, Simple living, Tiny House Ontario | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Buried

  1. 2BarA

    I”m glad you were able to get in to THO, Laura, and have to admit that the snow looks somewhat beautiful. However, my appreciation for the scene is not what it might be, due to the fact that here in
    Winnipeg I have snow up to my chest in the backyard and a pile five feet tall in the front yard, and another more than six feet in the back . Who knows what will happen when it melts?

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