The weatherman was right on when he gave us the storm warnings. Over 70 schools in the area were closed this morning and we really got socked.
Around 14-16 inches with drifts up to 4 feet.
We were not going anywhere....
Gary had to snow blow the driveway twice and it got shoveled one more time.
Karen was busy with her job so I soloed in the barn. There was an awful lot of snow that needed shoveling before I could even turn out the horses. I started under the shed roof and Gary opened up a path to the indoor.
The wind was coming from the East, so I put their hay next to the barn and they had some protection while I finished moving more white stuff and cleaned the stalls.
Had to be below 0 with the windchill.
The girls were in their stalls from 10:30 until 4, when they were able to get out and stretch again.
It looked just like it did this morning.
I picked the stalls (again) and Karen did the rest of the chores.
Of course I did a little more shoveling on my way back to the house.
By 5:30 the road conditions improved, so we drove down to the Golden Eagle for some chicken souvlaki. Tasted great. I took the night off.
It is now 14 degrees.