I measured a final 15 inches on our back deck but snow drifts were a lot deeper. Officially, Giles County received 20-24 inches but that was more in the northern part of the county, especially up in the mountains.
The snow began sticking to the trees Wednesday afternoon but we never lost power.
At the bottom of the driveway, I shot a couple of photos of the pasture across the road.
I was fortunate to see my neighbor who was driving by on his tractor. He offered to plow our driveway and I was so grateful I gave him a pint of honey. Farmers make the best neighbors! Now, I can get my Mariner up and down the driveway (I don't think I could have with just the tracks since the middle part was too high).
This view from the front porch is one I want to remember about this Valentine's Day.
Another photo for the memories....
The temperature is supposed to be in the 50s starting tomorrow. Hopefully, the snow will not melt too fast so that the creeks flood.