Friday, December 17, 2010

Lighthouse encased in ice on Lake Erie

CLEVELAND, Ohio (CNN/WKYC) - Check out this amazing sight.

You're not looking at a snow sculpture. It's actually a lighthouse encased in snow and ice.

It happened after the chilly winds moving through Cleveland blew water and snow all over the Cleveland Harbor West Pier lighthouse.

Parts of Ohio have seen more than a foot of snow in the last few days thanks to a late fall snowstorm.
I understand just how the poor lighthouse feels! And I am very glad I am not in my home state of Ohio right now--as cold as it presently is, South Carolina clearly has its advantages.

I promise I will eventually write a real post. I have so much crap piled up on my "to do" list, I haven't even had time to pay my damn car insurance. The only recreational time I've had recently, I spent watching reruns of Fight Club with Mr Daisy and eating vegetarian quesadillas from Moe's.

And what have you been doing this week? Be especially nice to your local overworked Christmas retail employee!


John Powers said...

LoL thanks for this post, I saw a BW picture in the paper and wanted to see a color photo. It's really an amazing site!

JoJo said...

That is wicked cool! Or should I say, "wicked cold"!!!

Have a great weekend Daisy!

D. said...

Oh, I try. Although sometimes it takes the form of "I hope you guys have laid in sufficient tranquilizers this month."

That picture, though...that picture is...whooooooo-boy.

sheila said...