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Saturday, March 3, 2012

BEFORE THE LIGHTS GO OUT....

Last night we had strong wind warnings and more this morning.  Could have gusts over 50 mph.
Can't wait for a tree to knock down the wires somewhere.  At least the sun is out and we have not been hit like some other states.  Just checked in with thecrazysheeplady (Kentucky) and everything is ok at Equinox Farm.

I started taking pictures at 6:20 this morning, and this batch ends a little before nine.  Figured I would post something now, just in case.  Can always finish it later.

SkyWatch Saturday at Skoog Farm















 It was blowing like crazy by 8, so I put the hay in nets and set them up in the indoor.
Fortunately the girls came over when I called them.



 I also put a net in the run-in by the stalls.  Berlin came over to see what I was doing.


 By now we had Colorado skies.
 It will be interesting to see how long these guys last in the indoor.


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Now it is almost 10:30 and the temperature is starting to drop.  It is still windy and the blue skies are turning grey.

Will finish this post later.  Am going to make a big pot of Irish vegetable soup.
Be safe in this crazy weather.

6 comments:

  1. Isn't it amazing how different the weather can be from one state to the next? Lovely photos ~ stay safe!

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  2. Hold on tight! I hope those wild winds blow on out of there soon.

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  3. Beautiful, glad every buddy is safe and didn't get blown away
    Benny & Lily

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  4. We had some winds too but not as bad as yours. Glad everything is okay. Beautiful skies and pictures of everyone.

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  5. You have the most beautiful skies! I hope the wind died down and didn't do any damage -

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  6. Best of luck in this terrible weather, Lori. Stay safe.

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