When it snows here in the UK (which is happening more regularly in these days of global warming - go figure!) the country does have a habit of grinding to a halt. This is mainly due to the fact that our public transport system is not designed for harsh weather and people are not trained or experienced in driving in snow (or rain or fog or ice, for that matter!).
This is my camellia bush, which is on the grave of our beloved boy Ambrose Cat (killed in a road accident), all covered in snow!
I tripped yesterday and pulled my bad knee, so I was 'in the box' for today anyway. I spent the day battling with the work training system on the internet. But I sat and watched the snow fall...... and fall.....and fall....
My boss and his boss are working from home tomorrow due to the bad forecast and he has recommended I stay home if it snows again. Heavy snow is forecast for us tonight, so I may be at home again tomorrow.The spectacular trailing ivy from next door - which I am loathe to cut back - all snowed up!
As for the felines, Charlie is blase about snow, having seen it a few times, but William is still relatively new to snow and he got very anxious during the heaviest snowfall.