And so today, we’ll see temps near 70, and Monday’s snow will seep into the soil and from there, into the bedrock fissures and fractures that will store that February snow, for who knows how long. Either someone like us will suck it up soda-straw fashion into our well, faucet, shower and cooking pot; or it will more likely eventually follow the gradient of gravity downhill, to find an outlet in a thousand seeps and small springs that feed into Goose Creek and carry this week’s snow into the Atlantic or clouds that will come back to wet us again in April.
This is one of my favorite places on “our” land–the bluff overlooking Goose Creek shortly after Nameless Creek joins it, 25 feet below and about 100 yards southeast of the corner of the front porch
The image started out as a segment of a 360 pano with the iPhone. I flattened it into a plane at 360.io, and then rendered it in a painterly way to enjoy. Click here for a larger viewÂ of the flattened image, or here for the interactive pano. (Notice on the left you can hit the minus sign to make the image smaller, which I recommend for most monitors.) Can you spot the puppy in the view? She’s the same color as the reflections.