I can't believe the colors in the sky.
Amazing sunrises considering how miserable we have been with all this snow and extreme cold.
I think we had a high of 8 or 9 today. Put some hay in the indoor for the girls this morning.
Of course they did not all enter so they could get out of the wind.
I left the farm around 11 to grab a few things at Wegmans. Then I picked up Sally and we went to Java for lunch (good for her to get out of the house). When I left home, the sun was very bright and 3 miles down the road the visibility was terrible. The lake effect snow was heading south with heavy wind and blizzard like conditions. We only had a few blocks to go, so we went for it.
Didn't take any pictures as my camera fell out of my purse in the car.
Took several shots on the way home to show you how awful it was and when I went out to put the horses in the barn...took more. Very dramatic with the heavy snow fall. Got them tucked in and voila!!!!! The camera was not in my pocket. Looked all over for half an hour in at least -25 wind and COULD NOT FIND IT!!!!!
Of course I could not be without, so I bought another camera that was on sale and was back in business. When I got home I made some split pea soup with ham. It smelled so good!!!! Could not wait for dinner.
Grained the girls first and did not turn them out. Tooooo ugly out there.
Bomb number two for the day! The pea soup was TOO SALTY! Give me a break!!!!
I'm so ticked I'm not even going to show it to you.
Sidney has the right idea.
Just got off the phone with Hanny, who is on the Gulf Coast in Florida. She said they are supposed to have a frost tonight! Boy, is she in for a surprise when she comes back home in 10 days!
Here we are, having an enormous amount of snow and arctic conditions, while my friends out at Oak Creek Ranch in California are warmer than normal (like spring) with serious drought conditions. We are in deep tapioca.
Wherever you are, I hope you are warm.