The driveway

I think it’s an understatement if I’d say that last week, we’ve gone through quite some weather. Monday, we started out with lots of rain which at the end made our driveway look like the perfect ‘slide and glide ramp’ for the Nova Scotian Winter Olympics of 2032. The situation in Nova Scotia wasn’t as nearly as bad as in PEI, of course: overthere, the storm turned into a freezing rain storm, eventually knocking out power in many regions on the island.

Then, Friday (and Saturday), Weather Canada called for another storm: Friday, the winterstorm hit Ontario and Quebec (which you can read about it on the Internationalist).

Yesterday, that storm hit our region and, yes again, it brought too much wind and too much rain, which (in turn) made our driveway look like the perfect place for hosting the 2056 Nova Scotian Driveway Marathon.

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3 Responses to The driveway

  1. alfons says:

    Nice colours – EF85 is one of the best lenses in its class. I see you enjoy it, which is good.

  2. Arthur says:

    That is the only picture, though. It was cold (but fair for a walk), I noticed the colours and I took the shot.

  3. Arthur says:

    I also keep forgetting to set the camera’s time to Atlantic time (so you have to subtract 5 hours from that time)

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