Snow-blowing this morning was easier than at 11 PM last night. (I really should have got out between 5 PM and 11 PM last night.) It was drier / lighter and less of it. Maybe 10" since midnight rather than the 12" or so from 5 PM to 11 PM. The path to the front door is mostly done. The Chesley Road sidewalk is done. People are working on the Beacon Street sidewalk. The corner of Chesley and Beacon has a 6' high pile of snow (FU snowplow operators) and is impassable. The corner of Beacon and Sumner is clear to the street and has maybe 10" of snow in the street to where the street is plowed. I'm betting the snowplows will come by and F that up too.
I had to come in to warm up my hands. The weatherproof gloves really aren't. So, I'm warming up my hands, icing down my ankle, and drying my gloves and pants. Besides better gloves I really should get snowpants. Snowplowing in wet jeans gets (c)old fast.
And Arthur is asleep in a patch of sun on the love-seat.
When I go out again it is time to un-bury the fire hydrant (you can't even tell it is there), finish the front walk, and start on the driveway.