On Sunday, I kept checking the conditions out back, wondering how difficult the driving would be should I have to go out, and I saw a sight that you probably don't see when you look out of your window.
A snowmobile parked just outside on the road. The guy got out and walked across the road.
What do you think he saw?
He saw that the snowmobile trail was over there on the other side and that he should be on that trail and not on the road. So he got onboard and drove across the road to where he should have been in the first place.
On Monday, driving was better, and I didn't have to go far anyway. My outing started when Alexa reminded me that I was to pick up Danica at school at 9:45 after her exam. However, when I got to school, she wasn't there because her exam had been set back a day after school was cancelled last Friday. It didn't matter because I had a few other errands to run anyway.
Now, for what I saw out front that you probably don't see where you are — snow and very little road. As I began to back out of the driveway, I could see a pile of snow, but I couldn't see much road and whether vehicles might be approaching.
It was the same looking the other way. There are two piles. One is at the edge of the driveway; the other is between the sidewalk and the road. Actually, it is on the road, making it narrower.