It's been snowing since about noon and so far, I've got about 3 inches on the ground. It's the first real snowfall of the season and it looks beayootiful! Before it started snowing, I went out to collect tinderwood and took a walk around the yard to see what's interesting in the beginning of December.
What's interesting today? A lot! One short walk around the yard in early December yields some questions and some discoveries.
Part of being scared of this place means I haven't explored the whole lot yet. Today I explored an area I've been only a few times, when things were green. What I didn't notice then, but discovered today is that every single one of the bushes you see in this picture is a blueberry bush. I counted 20 of them. That's THREE major areas of blueberry bushes instead of the two I thought I had. It's hard to estimate, but I guess the areas add up to about an acre of blueberries, 60+ bushes. Wow. That's a little overwhelming.
I have absolutely no plans until tomorrow evening's choir rehearsal, and that's perfect for me right now. I need to figure out how to balance social time and solitary time. These days it's too much of one making me crave the other. And so much freakin' driving!