So far, it is in the 40s, raining and manageable. Berlin and Abbe did not stay under the shed roof for long...went out to the pasture. As you can see below, Berlin was moving a little better this morning.
Spent some time in the loft rearranging hay.
Around 9:30 we left for the market. Not a good way to end the season, wet and cold.
Took a bunch of pictures at Java and every single one was fuzzy.
Something about focus tracking. Played around before chores, took the battery out of my camera and put it back in...voila...see my practice shots, clear again.
We have had a fire going all day and put away porch furniture so it does not get blown away in the next couple of days. The weather channel is scaring me and I worry about everyone in Sandy's path.
When I went out to do chores, could not believe that these blossoms were still there.
I really hope the rain does not flood any of the barns...we are having high flood warnings around here and tomorrow the wind and volume of rain will pick up.
Why do horses like to roll in the mud?
Fed the girls a little early. They were wet, even tho they spent a lot of time under the shed roof.
Once the wind picks up, I expect this willow tree to break apart.
The dogs have not been outside much in the past two days.
It sure sounds like a lot of us are going to lose power.
Hang on everyone.
Last night I could not resist getting my camera out at 10:30 to take a couple pictures of
Seymour and Sophie hangin' out in the baskets on the back porch.
The whole area has been battened down and I have a feeling they are going to be spending some time in the house and basement for the next couple of days.
Time for a turkey sandwich, the fire and "The Good Wife."