And the wind howled…

The storm came out of the Southeast…it started raining in the early hours and didn’t stop for 48 hours…it was warm and there were times I thought for certain we’d find our sky lights and roof shingles scattered across the playground in front of the house.  Sunday morning we had enough snow for a good ski…this is what things look like on Tuesday afternoon.

The stream that cuts through the campground
This all washed in during 48 hours
The answer to the goats' prayers...acorns in January. Can you see that the hillside is strewn with sea urchins too?
Flotsam, jetsam and boulders strewn across the seawall

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