After the snow plow finally came to set me free at about 10:30 this morning, I was able to make my way into Annapolis Royal to see what our latest snowstorm had left in its wake. I found pretty well what I expected. Large piles of snow, slippery roads and a collection of Annapolitans slowly digging themselves out. I took a few minutes to clear a path to the front of the O'Dell House Museum and then decided to see if I could find a few pictures along Lower St George Street. I knew that fellow photographer Trish Fry had a good representation of the phases of the storm in the Historic Gardens and upper town so I decided to concentrate on the area around the Museum. With a high proportion of 18th century buildings in this part of town, I wonder how many winter storms some of these houses have endured?
All for now,