No, that's not how much new snow we received last night (which was about three inches), but the maximum length between bounds of which a deer left tracks in the snow. Hunky Husband and I were amazed to see the long length between tracks, as seen from our windows; but, I just went out to measure and it was almost precisely 14 feet. There were shorter intervals between some tracks; but, that was the maximum.
The following photo shows the tracks of several deer as they visited our feeders and frolicked about the yard. (The tracks are more easily discerned in the larger version that is observed by clicking on the photo.)
That is a female house finch enjoying her bath - well - she probably came for a drink, considering the weather.
Apologies for anyone who is bored by snow. Bogie & Dudette can tell you how much I revel in snow. I even skipped my day at the office, today, to revel some more. (I did get two more bowls of snow ice cream fixed and consumed before the snow began melting.) To read about one of the most enjoyable weekends of my life, one may read The Blizzard of '83.
Addition of 2/28/2013
It may or may not be the deer that made the tracks; but, this deer visited our feeding station last evening.