More snow is on the way. Yes, its March in the Peace Country, but how do we feel about that?
Artists see the light 🙂
The Peace River rarely freezes over anymore. Instead, large pancakes of ice lazily swirl downstream. Only when you are right above them can you see how fast they are really going, and hear the shushing noises of slush meeting slush. This is Dunvegan Bridge on the Peace River, painted from a photo taken early this year.
After a couple of weeks of melting, then a week of -30 to -35 degrees C, then a week of melting… we are back to snow and wind and cold! Here is a picture of the thick frost that grew when there was no snow. It looked like snow, only it lined all the cracks so neatly it looked like the brick shapes had been imprinted into it.