When I managed to swerve my way back home, I took this picture of a poor summer lawn ornament that was still stuck in a bush.
And here is a tiny bird's nest that can hold an amazing amount of snow. Click on this picture to see how all the tiny branches are encased in ice—and I think there are actually two nests in the tree.
Later on, I had to drive out on a country road that, I'm not kidding, is called Possom Hollow. I had to take a photo of some people for a newspaper article about their business. I don't think I ever went more than 15 miles an hour on that road because, of course, it was snowing huge flakes. These are the turnout pastures behind the stable. There are hawks in those trees on the ridge, and when they scream out on a day like this, your skin crawls because it's the only sound you can hear out there.