Well over a foot of it in most of the yard, and even quite a lot on my deck which is somewhat sheltered. Belle appears a bit puzzled but definitely amused by it and Murphy just bulldozes through it.
And it's still coming down, and expected to do so until sometime tonight.
This is a good day to just stay in and watch all those shows that I've never seen before, like Justified and The Walking Dead, which are on Amazon and Netflix, respectively. I'd never seen either before but I'm burning through both of them these past coupe of weeks so I'm just into season two for both.
In Justified, they sure do kill an awful lot of people in one little Kentucky county, and the only one who seems interested or able to handle it is one US Marshal who has little to no jurisdiction over many of the crimes, however he just keeps shooting folks his own self and he doesn't get suspended or put on administrative duty or anything--they just keep handing him new guns. I'm thinking that I wanna go work for the Marshals' Service now.
In Walking Dead, how is it that everyone except for a small band of dysfunctional misfits dies but said band of losers somehow makes it? These people have no skills, no real foresight or ability to plan, apparently, but THEY live? Really? And why is it that with thousands of abandoned vehicles around for them to use, from showroom-new trucks to military HMMVs, they're driving around in old junk that's 20-30 years old, including a motorhome from the 1970's that always breaks down? And how many times are the kids going to wander off before the adults start making them stay in the cars or just put them on leashes? If they were smart, they'd find someplace defensible to hole up and send out foraging parties, but no, they're just drifting around getting killed piecemeal like those high school kids in an old slasher movie. OMG! That's what this is! Does it get better? Do they get smarter?
The more I watch this stuff, the better I'm liking my books.