Behold this view of our inner courtyard yesterday. I'm not sure what to think about snow in March. But there it is--or was; it was all gone by mid-afternoon. I'd say it had disappeared by right around the time the guys came to remove our non-functioning, brand-new stove and replace it with another of the same model. Chilly and stoveless, I hinted on the phone to homeward-bound Husband that a warm beverage might be nice. Half an hour later, stoveless and beverageless, I recalled that the direct approach usually works better. Oh, well--I'd already drank half my weight in tea earlier in the day. And later, since we had to wait until 6 p.m. for the newest new stove to be ready for cooking with gas,we went out for nice, piping-hot bowls of ramen--so right on a cold, moist evening.
Now, for another depiction of snow in our town, showcasing the famous Kintai bridge:
P.S. I've already posted again at SuperCozy--SuperWow!