The other night we were at the Guthrie Theater in downtown Minneapolis. It was rather balmy (by November in Minnesota standards) but overcast when we entered. After the play, about 2 1/2 hours later, we exited to this:


The next morning, although not huge quantities, it was the real thing. It’s obvious it’s a wet, heavy snow from the way everything is drooping, as the temperatures are not that low. However, it’s still around except on paved surfaces, albeit patchy. That empty shepherd’s hook to the left of the shrub is a sad vestige of summer. It’s where the hummingbird feeder hangs in warmer days. It’s depressing; we need to take it in or hang something from it, maybe corncobs for the squirrels.



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