No pizzas! Stay warm and safe Mary-Lou.
It's why I always keep a couple of frozen pizzas! (col). Everyone & everything has made it through the 4 day storm - they forecasted it to be an historic storm & it certainly has proved that. Our yard & neighbourhood is littered with downed branches (some with entire trees down) from the weight of the ice.
Hoping you and Mr Man are safe and warm!
Thanks Ruth. We came through this just fine. Being prepared helps. I give thanks for all the crews of the hydro, fire & police that continued to work through the 4 days of the storm. In Toronto on Saturday there were over 550 car crashes - we wisely stayed home over the worse of the storm days.
Oh my - stay warm! Winter is certainly hanging around a long time this year, isn't it!
We are now calling this either day 107 of January or Springter ... I just keep telling myself, no winter lasts forever, no spring skips a turn ...
It's clear you got a much worse version than we did. Hope your power has been restored by the time I'm typing this!
Power was restored by late Monday morning. Our village is on a 3 square grid & we are in an older section so older grid which goes out if two people sneeze together. Luckily clinic (work) had power. It was a huge storm lasting from Friday to Monday with every type of weather in it, rain, snow & ice. The forecast is for snow tonight (Wed) & again Thursday - it just won't end!
Oh my goodness, you poor things - will Winter never end this year for you? I do hope there's an improvement very soon!
It has been a long winter, one that just won't move on! We are calling it Sprinter. Thursday has a forecast of snow!
Oh goodness and here we were moaning about yet another day of Winter yesterday. You are obviously faring a lot worse. Today it is glorious if a tad windy. Hoping Spring is just around the corner now.
Fiona I think world wide, Spring just doesn't want to settle in ... I do admit to being a little bit fed up with winter weather, ok A Lot Fed Up (col).