We left our place to drive to my parent's house on Christmas day.
It was snowing like crazy when we left and we were a little worried about the drive.
My parents live about two hours away and it was also snowing at their place.
We just took our time and made it without any problems.
It took us an extra hour to get back home, but we made it safe and sound.
Bumble is the only dog that always gets to go to Grammy's house.
She gets along well with others and is not a pest.
Here she is holding onto the cooler with the bean salad and burned cookies.
Oh....yeah....I burned TWO batches of chocolate chip cookies.
I am not a baker.
I did try.
The cookies were still edible, but just on the brown (almost black) side.
A for effort.
My attention span is not made for things that only bake for 10 minutes.
I also made sausage balls.
The only problem is that I left them in my freezer.
The entrance to my parent's house.
What a treat! Snow on Christmas day!
A treat and also a pain if you had to drive anywhere.
Even the wildlife was stunned by the amount of snow that had fallen.
My dad's tomato cages.
This is the field that our hay comes from.
The snow was on all of the trees and it was just beautiful.
It is not every day that we see snow that is not being blown sideways.
Also the temps were in the thirties. Warm......
My father's workshop.
This poor little deer....he looks really cold.
Hey....pass the potatoes!
Someone drop something......please.
A new take on Christmas lights.
The day after Christmas.
Eco's other mom, Pepina, gave us these beautiful red blankets.
The horses loved them.
The wind did not.
Look how beautiful they are!
Danza seemed to really love her blanket.
She is our oldster.
24 years young. Soon to be 25.
Danza protecting her hay.
Otis and the other little guys were happy to come in.
The snow is getting too deep for their little legs.
I am really looking forward to the warm up at the end of this week!