They have been keeping track of the weather for 150 years around here, and today was the coldest it has ever been on this day. It was -10 (that is without the windchill factor) a couple miles down the road. So instead of posting one photo of a flower, you are getting several views of a hibiscus blossom. This plant has been pumping these out for nearly two months!
A beautiful sunrise. The trees were all icy and there was a steamy look in the back 40.
My hands were frozen before I even started cleaning the stalls.
Put the hay in the pasture and paddock behind the grooming room, where it was much warmer.
Look at the color of that sky!
Sidney and the dogs ventured out for a short while after I finished chores.
Dragged myself down to Agape before I got too comfortable and had a decent workout.
This afternoon Gary went cross country skiing out back before going down to watch Finn play in a 3 on 3 basketball tournament.
I made some sauce for tomorrows dinner and got things ready for tonight before going out to tuck the girls in. The light was still perfect for picture taking.
About dinner....I forgot to take a picture before starting to eat, so this sort of looks like a plate of garbage (did you ever hear of the garbage plates they serve in the Rochester area?). BBQued drumsticks, baked potatoes and a carrot/apple/craisin/peanut salad.
We are supposed to be in the low 40s tomorrow and I am going to faint. That's a 50 degree difference!!!!!!