Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues, 1/28 @ 10:41AM – icy fall

Tues, 1/28 @ 10:41AM - icy fall. Trying to get down to a platform for a better view of the fire damage, I step down onto these steps without examining them closely. As soon as my foot hits the top step, it slips out from under me. As if in a cartoon, I slide all the way down to the bottom. These steps are coated with about 1/4 inch of solid, clear, smooth ice from the firefighting the night before and then the strong north wind all night and all morning.

Tues, 1/28 @ 10:41AM – icy fall. Trying to get down to a platform for a better view of the fire damage, I step down onto these steps without examining them closely. As soon as my foot hits the top step, it slips out from under me. As if in a cartoon, I slide all the way down to the bottom. These steps are coated with about 1/4 inch of solid, clear, smooth ice from the firefighting the night before and then the strong north wind all night and all morning.

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Large homemade spider ... perfect decoration for the host of spiders on the Leeds atv trail out the back of the neighborhood! Saw this hawk this morning hovering in the crazy updraft coming up Hwy 31 while I was waiting at the Hwy 31 / Shades Crest light. I really needed this today to be reminded that it is possible to be and stay graceful in the midst of all the chaos around us everywhere. I guess I will have to start wearing long finger gloves at some point this fall.

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