If you live where it snows — the kind of snow that comes down on and off for days and months at a time and is plowed off roads and parking lots over and over — then you know what end of season snow looks like.
Our typical snowfall is 40+ inches per season. That's not much compared to where my sister lives in Pennsylvania and averages around 70 inches. No idea what the annual snowfall is where my sisters in Vermont and Massachusetts live.
It would take a big snow storm to bring our local landscape back to what it looked like after the first snowfall.
Then again we often get just such a storm around St. Patrick's Day . . .
These photos were taken at one corner of the parking lot at our gym. You can imagine the other views.