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|Jan 23, 2022|
Cold snap continues
Sarah and I checked out the Potomac closer to Mt. Vernon than our regular haunts. The recent cold has left a lovely ice rim around the shore.
And yes, it is satisfying to break some of that ice up. It should be cold enough for at least the next week to rebuild anything we broke off.
|Jan 11, 2022|
Snow (delayed post)
We had a great heavy, big (for us) snowstorm last week.
Unfortunately, it came on the heals of the holiday break.
So while I walked in to the (closed) office, Robert got to get out the sleds and enjoy the snow.
He also took on the lion’s share of clearing the sidewalk and car.
I wish I’d been able to join in the sledding, but “Closed” has a new meaning in the Telework age. In the federal space, weather events can close access to the buildings, but you’re still expected to telework if you can.
While I could, I’m more productive in the office and had that option (even though we were closed). So, after two weeks off, I went in and missed on the sledding. (I did get to join him and Ian on a hill in Seattle while we were there.)
Sarah, who took that photo, split her time between telework and some snow enjoyment.
Between that snow, and a refreeze and second, smaller snow, Robert’s holiday break grew by a week — but he did have some on-line classes to pay attention to.
He’s happy to be back in school, in person now. And I expect, Will, who joined him on the slopes, agrees.
|Jan 01, 2022|
Happy New Year
It was a bit subdued this year: the normal King St. / Old Town First Night festivities were cancelled due to Covid. But the fireworks went on.
And were great, as usual. Thank you Alexandria.
From the Masonic Memorial we could see about 9 other fireworks displays in the distance in additon to Alexandria’s.
It’s a nice way to ring in the year (along with the 12 grapes under the table, champagne, sweeping the porches and running around the house three times).
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