Things have been very snowy and cold around here.
The cold temperatures are one thing, but the wind....
It blew the snow in big circles. I called them snownadoes.
I had to wear my heavy winter coat this week.
I did not like it one bit.
This crazy thing happened while we were on our daily walk.
It is deer season you know and I like to watch deer.
So we were walking and someone said "Hey...I see a deer"
I still do not see it!
Ha ha ha....oh there it is.....
How unfortunate. She looks so silly!
Then...I realized that everyone was laughing at me....ME!
I could not figure it out...
Ha ha...Very Very funny.
Let's put the antlers on the donkey.
He he he.
My little snow mule Otis.
Eco. Love the whiskers.
This is the beginning of the last snow storm.
Still a balmy 20 something.
The mules were chasing each other and I think that May was ready to
go back into the barn.
Did I mention that our tractor is not working.....
This is a sad situation because there is no way for us to plow our road.
Luckily the wind (that I disliked so much) did us a favor and blew all of the snow
off of the drive and we are still able to get out.
I may need to reconsider my dislike of the winter wind.
I guess it depends on whether you are upwind or downwind.
I do not want to be downwind.
The stairs to our house.
At least this stuff is light and fluffy. Makes it a bit easier to shovel.
My pond and fountain should be where the big pile of snow is.
The outside temperatures were down in the single digits and
the wonderful wind was gusting at 60 mph.
So...the little guys came inside for a few days.
If you could read that thermometer...It would say 8 degrees. BRRRR....
Bumble speeding through the soft snow.
Elk Knob in the background.
I will have to get a shot of Elk from a higher vantage point.
I could not make it up to my usual spot because the snow was so deep.
No snowshoes and I had the dogs with me.
I hate that I missed that opportunity.
My newest painting.
You just never know what you might find under a rock.