The weather merry-go-round dumped more snow on us...but it did not last very long.
Isn't Moon adorable?
I sure have enjoyed meeting Lorie (her owner), spending time together in the barn each morning.
After chores I went down to the college to hook up with Cooper. His class was going to have some ice time at the Hockey Rink.
He remembered skating once before when he was only 4 and had to hold on to a five gallon bucket.
No hesitation on his part! He was out there as soon as he got his skates on.
We are fortunate to have this facility within walking distance of his school.
For some reason I started feeling light headed and had to be relieved by Gary so I could go home. He was kind enough to wait on me all afternoon. Chicken soup, ginger ale, crackers....you know the drill. After a couple of naps I started to come around.
Here are a couple of clippings from the newspaper regarding the wine competition from last weekend. Stephen Andrew and Carol asked about some of the wines...hope this helps.
By chore time I was functioning and the fresh air felt good. All the snow had melted and we were once again into mud mode.
Once again, Gary was putting wheel barrows of manure on one of the gardens. He was given several bags of bulbs that he wants to get in the ground (even if they don't come up this year). Daffodils and tulips.
Auntie Reg! I made dinner tonight. Organic chicken with caramelized onions and carrots, baked potatoes and homemade applesauce. What would you like when you get up here?
Bon Voyage to Jenny and the whole crew as they motor down to Daytona!
Cooper, don't forget to keep your journal.
And please take lots of pictures.