It snowed last night. This morning it might have been 8 degrees and it didn't budge all day.
Interestingly enough, I did not feel too bad in the barn.
The ponies were busy eating hay in the front paddock. Mustafa was in the run-in and these three could have been under the shed roof (I even had some hay in the horse barn run-in). But noooooooooo...they preferred to be right out there in the weather.
The sky looked kind of silver for awhile.
Gary and I spent a fair amount of time shoveling our driveway. The snow was between 4 and 5 inches deep...very fluffy and light.
All the fir trees looked gorgeous.
As I have said before, our driveways goes from the road to the front paddock...at least 250-300 feet.
There is a median in the middle and a turn around on the north side.
That's why it takes us so long. Being the weird people we are, shoveling does not bother us.
The barn across the street looked like a Christmas card.
By 2pm, driving was not too bad, and there were 11 of us for drumming. I wondered if we were going to have to cancel it.
We moved a table from the kitchen to the library so now there is room for drumming in this part of the house. Thank you Janice, Deb and Jean for bringing lots of goodies.
We made good progress today. Had a couple of conga drums along with the djembes. It will be so nice when we can practice outside....it's hard to imagine warm weather.
By the time everyone left, I had to get ready for evening chores. It looked like this when I went out to the barn.
When I headed back to the house...it looked like this.
Leftovers for dinner....so good.
Now the temperature is plunging below zero, the fire is going and I am having a cup of hot water.