Digging through knees

The snow and bitter cold has temporarily stopped. Groundhog’s Day was yesterday and indications are an early spring, which is going to make us all happy. It’s amazing what two or three days of 40+ degree days will do for one’s spirits.

My dad had knee replacement surgery earlier this week. We decided to head down to see him in the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center (also known as the “hospital”). This trip to Provo was my second trip down there in about 6 months and it was a bit ironic that yesterday Mom, Kaitlin, and Gillian all drove to Salt Lake.

When we got back Jen reminded me that our fire hydrant was completely obscured by snow drifts so I dug it out. While doing that, the girls decided they wanted a snow cave/tunnel and a sledding track. It’s a lot more fun digging in the snow if it’s for a fun purpose — something other than clearing the driveway. Here’s a brief video.

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2 thoughts on “Digging through knees

  1. I can’t get the video to play. Says error. Is it me?/

    >________________________________ > From: Jess – n – Jen >To: beachbumgg@yahoo.com >Sent: Sunday, February 3, 2013 8:58 AM >Subject: [New post] Digging through knees > > WordPress.com >Jess and Jen posted: “The snow and bitter cold has temporarily stopped. Groundhog’s Day was yesterday and indications are an early spring, which is going to make us all happy. It’s amazing what two or three days of 40+ degree days will do for one’s spirits. My dad had knee ” >

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