Thursday, February 15, 2007

I can't imagine anyone not knowing that we're still enduring a long spell of below-freezing weather in the midwest. We were in California during the below-zero weather, but last weekend while we were home, everything was still well frozen. Witness the icycles, and frozen water in the downspout, outside our front door.

I flew to San Francisco on Tuesday, February 13th. I was fortunate, in that my flight left O'Hare only about 1.5 hours late; many, many flights in and out of O'Hare were cancelled.

While at United's Red Carpet Club prior to my flight, I took the photos above and below. There were many, many pieces of heavy equipment, such as the one above, scraping and moving the heavy, blowing snow.

I was intrigued by a "parade" of 16 snow-movers, clearing the runway! Wish my camera lens could have captured all sixteen.

This morning's sky downtown San Francisco, just before sunrise.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi, Myrna

Wow... what beautiful pictures. John and I should take you on our trips, since neither one of us likes to bother with the camera!
I feel like I've been with you.
Love, Cheryl