My shoveling success

I even have to shovel underneath the overhang.

So far this snowy January 2018 around A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville, I’ve best been about to keep up with the side yard.

So that’s where we’ve been letting Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle go in and out the most to take care of her business.

I do not have to be reminded that it’s also the part of our grounds that’s protected by an overhang.

Nevertheless, I still have had to shovel the inches of snow that have blow underneath. Really.

19 thoughts on “My shoveling success

  1. Is this also the area where you will have flowers in the spring, bro Mark? Fertilize is a good thing until you step in it. At that point you need hip boots and a strong constitution! Losing your sense of smell helps also.

    We have some of this junk on the ground now and I’m not a happy camper. I’m ready for spring — any time now!


  2. We make every attempt to clear the driveway of snow, but it comes in layers. As a result, the other day I cleared the top layer of snow (about 3 inches), and the driveway seemed to be nice and flat. Then the thaw came, and the lower layers got slushy. Nothing say fun like trying to go through about 6 inches of slush. At least now the driveway is down to clear pavement, but a new storm is coming in. Gotta keep that shovel handy!


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