Technically, in the spirit of keeping honest, I am writing this on day 3 of this "experience" and I've got to tell you, the next blog is going to be even more "oh my god" kind of sharing.
But, here is what day 2 was like.
Yes that is ice and yes that is INSIDE of my trailer on the roof vent - the drip drip drip alerted me to the fact I have ice on the inside of my trailer. It's in/on all the windows, but you can see it here best.
So, I am officially living inside an "ice box." Just what I always wished for my self!
Okay, even though it looks bad, it is still warm enough in the safe zone which is the 3 square feet me, the cat, and the dog huddle into with the heaters I showed you yesterday are pointed at us.
So the above sequence about sums up the grey day feeling that was happening on day 2. The only variation was after what I will only assume was the sun setting (it's been so long since i've seen it so it is still real?) was black, everywhere.
So here is my last whine (for today). Ice is everywhere which you will see in very cool ways below. But there is no real sun/heat relief in the near future so I am wondering if the ice will ever melt so I can LEAVE the tiny box. Claustrophobia is setting in....
Luckily, I'm not new to snow or storms so I did stock up with some food - but forgot the dog food...
Though Freedom seems to have some kind of fascination with eating snow and eating what is below the snow???
The pictures below are just a few. The wind was too much to keep gloves off so I could take pictures and while I yet again walked farther from home than I "should" have to get some, I hope you enjoy, they are cool!!!
That is it for day 2. What can you expect from day 3 - well it's just after 9am and 17 degrees with several inches of snow and more to fall until some time after midnight.... i don't think I am ever leaving here...
Welcome to my Journey!
I'm inviting you to join me on my journey as I seek to find a new way of being in an old set of systems. It's hard, but worth it!