Do you know what Honey is standing in front of and what it means?
Shhhh, people from New England, mountain regions, the midwest, Canada, and upstate New York and Pennsylvania. Let’s see if the folks from Florida and California and other warm spots can figure it out on their own.
These markers appeared on every hydrant in my town this year. Normally they only show up in rural areas, when the hydrant is near a gully or an area where snow drifts.
Yes, you guessed it.
It’s a marker to help the fire department find the hydrant even if it is covered with snow.
But now I’m worried about just how much snow we should expect this season. Maybe I should get one to fasten to Honey’s collar, just in case.