What a mess we woke up to.
Not only that, the big pasture was totally flooded.
Waited awhile to put the girls in their respective areas as the ice in the front paddock was not melting.
A little before 11, Randy braved driving to the farm to make korv (Swedish sausage).
Before noon they sampled a shot of Willett!! (Kentucky Bourban brought to us by our good friends at Equinox Farm) and then really got into it.
These two Swedes having been doing this for decades.
Jenny and Scott stopped up with a cheese kuchen and supervised.
To really get into the spirit of things, Gary dug out his Viking Hat (given to him by Louise and Jack many Christmases ago).
Jack (it's a long story), I mean Scott....had to try it on.
Gary worked much better when he was wearing it.
We took a lunch break...
then packaged the sausage. We will prepare a lot of it for Christmas Eve.
Did chores a little early again. By 4 the temperature finally hit the mid 30s and it was melting like crazy. At least I did not have to walk on marbles to get to the barn.
Back in the house for some chili that I took out of the freezer...did not even think to take a picture.
Sidney was very intrigued by some lights.
Time to go watch a movie.