It continued to snow during the night on Friday, so when we awakened on Saturday, our driveway was once again covered in snow. However, we were blessed with the kindness of one of the townsfolk (who happens to be our sister-in-law's father) who plowed our driveway for us. We were so thankful, because we weren't looking forward to shoveling our way out of the driveway when it was time for us to leave. Even though it lightly snowed again Monday morning, we were able to get away before heavier snowfalls arrived.
This is a picture of the house across the street from our home. It was taken at Christmas, but it still looks just about the same. The snow may be not quite this deep now, but there's still plenty of it.
The original part of our home in Utah was built in 1947ish, and the addition was built in 1987. Needless to say, it is in need of some repairs and upgrades. We're slowly tackling those projects. We've replaced two of the exterior doors, with one more to go. We hope to paint those doors while we're in Utah in April. We will replace and upgrade some of the plumbing at that time as well. The repairs and upgrades will be an ongoing project for a very long time, but we do them happily because we are so thankful to have this home in our little home town. It is our inheritance from our parents in a town that was settled in part by our father's ancestors. When we are there, we're home.