the Great White South
The snow didn't slow down the southbound "Heartland Flyer" too much; it was close to on time when it passed through Saginaw.
By Friday morning, the snowfall had ended, but the skies remained overcast, and north Texas continued to resemble the set of a certain Coen Brothers movie...
By Saturday, the skies had cleared, temperatures were warming, and life would begin returning to normal as the snow started to melt...
This southbound at Birds siding in south Fort Worth had just come to a stop and switched off its headlights and ditch lights when I snapped this photo.
Ironically, Mom was on a trip to Antarctica during our blizzard. She could have seen just as much snow and ice if she'd stayed here.
Coming next... introducing "Miss L" and a review of a Tim Barry performance in Dallas.
np: Ninja Gun - "Permanent Press"