It snowed very gently all day long today, but the gentle weather only succeeded in giving us a bit over another inch of snow. Thank goodness! The view out the front window, where usually one can see mountains, was entirely devoid of mountains, which were hidden by falling snow between us and the mountains.
The birds were modestly active, with a couple of Pine Grosbeaks coming down after mostly being absent for awhile, to procure seeds from under the snow where the Black-billed Magpies and Steller’s Jay had just been.
Curly was around again, sampling food on a couple of feeders and then going back to sit for a bit in the snowy birch tree.
I really hope that very soon we have a day without any new snow.