Well, not much going onward today either because our plow guys did not show up to plow the private road. Wayne headed out around 8 am and did it all with his tractor. So by the time he plowed the road, plowed out neighbors and help clean up our yard/driveway it was 4:50 pm. I shoveled and snowblowed and got my butt whooped in the process. We were both exhausted so we showered and headed out to dinner. Cold Snap was had and all was good in the world again!
Snow Storm 2 - Kitchen 0. The storm was subsiding as we headed to bed last night. My guess is that we received about 16” of dense snow. Knowing that it would take a few hours to clear our driveway I informed the guys we would have a 2-3 hour work delay in the morning. What I didn’t anticipate was when we woke up was that our plow guy never plowed our road. We live at the end of a private road that is just over a ½ mile long and has 6 houses on it. Since I am in charge of the road – my phone started going off because nobody could get out of their driveways and children had to get to school. Come to find out our plow guy was out of town and had hired another driver to do the route – but he couldn’t be found. I warmed up my tractor, poured a cup of coffee, and headed out. By 8am I was plowing the road, my neighbor’s driveways, and then my own driveway. At 5pm when I parked my tractor – I was wondering where the day went? Sadly not even a cabinet handle was installed and no progress was made on the kitchen.
Since our road was clear though – date night resumed. It was Wendy’s turn to select a restaurant and she chose Blue Latitudes. It was a quiet night in Dover and not many people were out. We practically had the whole restaurant to ourselves until Kimberly and our adopted son, Frank, happened to come in. Shrimp and Scallop pasta, a Cold Snap, and seeing friends – the day ended much better than it began!