On the way out to the barn, the dogs played Queen of the mountain.
Let's see how long this 5 foot pile of snow hangs around.
Chores....the usual drill.
Even tho it was pretty mild, snow flakes started to fall.
Remember that flat screen tv I got for our bedroom? Well, I put the old one out in the feed room. I "installed" it on a crate with baling twine and it provides entertainment as needed.
Got in the house before 10 and vacuumed the downstairs before my class arrived.
The dogs know, when Tina walks in the door, that they are in for treats if they respond right to a couple of commands.
It is all they can do to contain themselves.
Check out the work from today's class...
Sandy is finishing up her pastel drawing...
Mel has started a colored pencil drawing of a lion.
and Deb continues to work on her book.
Tina has started on a new colored pencil drawing.
That's when it happened. The sun was still bright and it was time to get outside with my camera...something different, huh?
Everywhere I looked, was an opportunity.
I need to use my zoom more.
I have been missing that blue sky.
The pigeons were waiting to see if I would open the indoor.
It's funny, the pastures have been open, but the horses hang out in the front paddock and stay close to the back of the indoor. I guess the snow is just too deep.
I'm looking forward to the new windows that are going in the Studio Barn. It's going to be a perfect place to hold my classes when it gets warmer.
The temperature hit 42 and we have some serious puddles (with lots of mud on the way).
A little after 5, the sun was brilliant to the west. My dirty windows don't do it justice.
Went out to do chores...Pony wanted me to hurry.
She had to wait a few more minutes while I got the grain ready.
Dream was the last one in the barn. Those darn orbs are showing again!
After they were tucked in, I picked the paddock and checked out the sunset.
It won't be long 'til daylight saving time begins. Fine with me.
Dinner? Leftovers. Been there, done that. Night all.