Winter Wonderland

After the heavy snowfall that gave us record amounts of snow in less than two days, we had the most glorious winter day yesterday. Of course, we had to go for a walk through the closer neighborhood. Most of the paths were impossible to walk. In some places, individual people had already tried to make their way through the high masses of snow. It was still a big challenge to follow in the footsteps of the others and to stay stable. The snow cover reached almost to my waist. When walking through the snow, I sank in partly far above my knees. It was fun!

Here you have some impressions:

The sign says: Rent a bike – 24 hrs for free
I don’t think anyone will take advantage of this in the next few days.

It was a joy to have a real winter again like we were used to here in the Alps. More “joy” from above is coming down right now. I wonder how the streets will look like tomorrow morning when I have to drive to work. But until then, I will enjoy the season in its natural look.

In Love and Light

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Now that’s a true Alps winter!! Wow, Erika!! Those mountains that you are surrounded by I can just feel their power right through the pictures. How glorious to see the beauty like you showed in your pictures that Mother is capable of. LOVED this post!! xo

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This was the most beautiful winter day in years! It kept snowing from that night on for another 24 hours. We had almost 3 feet of snow. And guess what. Yesterday, a warm storm front arrived and almost everything is gone already!
I am so happy you enjoyed the photos. I knew you would 💖

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