Randy those are great pictures Becca took. As I was cutting trees and limbs off my shop somewhere during the third day, I was simply amazed as to the amount of ice attached to everything! I would in most instances, cut through 3/4" to 1" of ice before reaching wood! I almost took a few pictures myself. I thought how interesting it would be to take a single pine cone or twig, take a picture and weight it with ice. Then take the item inside and place it into a pan, take another picture after the ice had melted and weight the water and item to offer an example of the weight the ice has provided! Oh well, too much cutting and repairing to do! Simple pine branches any of us could grab and take off with became an absolute tug-of-war to move! I would just as soon not see another glitter of ice or a pine tree! I cut, burned trees and repaired property here for three weeks straight, and still have some cutting and cleaning to do!
Masters Degree in Perverted Idiocy.