Last week we had a late winter snow storm that dumped somewhere between six and eight inches over the course of 24 hours.
The precipitation was a combination of rain, sleet and snow resulting in some very heavy stuff that was a bear to shovel.
The snow has now started to melt leaving behind some very interesting ice formations.
Upon close examination the banks of jagged ice and snow look like alien landscapes, sort of how I would imagine Spring Break on the planet Hoth.
File this one under “Too much time on my hands.”