After he pulled the smaller truck out, the back hoe returned and did another swipe at our cul de sac. I thanked him and offered him water, tea, or coffee. He declined, saying he appreciated it, which is when I said, "Well, how about the love of a good woman?" (Really, I don't know what gets into me, sometimes). Luckily he laughed; we all laughed, but we noticed he didn't come back....Well I wasn't referring to ME, for Heaven's sake! But I guess he didn't know that.
Within the half hour, all of our other neighbors came out and we all helped dig through the snow pack at the bottom of each driveway and then took took off the top 6" so the snow blowers could work more effectively. By about 1:00 everyone of the 29 houses in our neighborhood had clear driveways.
This is our neighbor, Don.
Our other neighbor, Ken--Linda is standing behind the tree..
Jerry and I dug a path to his driveway, so Don and Ken could get the snow blowers through.
Linda, Don, Ken, and Frasier working together.....
Who would have thought we'd have more snow in Maryland than they do in Vancouver for the Winter Olympics?? We're now all watching the forecast again - there's a possibility that Tuesday might bring us more snow. For right now -- I'm in denial.