From the look of things this morning, apparently everyone here in the United States had a clock had sprung. At least, sprung something negative inside them. All because the clocks moved forward an hour overnight.
Honestly, it’s not that big of a deal. Except for the fact that there’s an “extra” hour of sunlight in the evening now.
That’s a good thing.
It was a gorgeous day here in Southern Oregon, with the afternoon temperatures expected to hit +20C (68F). Not too shabby. It was almost if spring had sprung.
So we did the sensible thing. We headed for the hills to see the snow.
We are actually out on the lake, some 50-60 meters from shore. Yep, the lake is frozen.
It’s funny to consider that Skinny has very low body fat, but was the one that decided he was going to sprawl out on the ice.
Skinny is the one that drags us out onto the ice. Into the snow, Into the rain. Not that we mind any of them, but he sure likes it.
A few minutes after lying down like this on the ice, he started licking the soft snow on top.
He is hilarious.
By the way, that is Mt McLoughlin in the background, a lava cone on top of a dormant volcano. This is the only angle, from the south, that shows its imperfection. If you view it from the west, north or east, its outline is perfectly smooth, coming to a sharp peak. It is a beautiful mountain.
We sure are glad that this is just a 30 minute drive up the road.