“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Friday, December 9, 2016

In the high 20s all day....

This is the first time Little Wonder has experienced snow this deep.
Getting his jacket on is always a battle!

 There was a great deal of lake effect snow coming off Lake Erie and into the Fredonia area, but we were not blasted.
Phoebe and LW were  not interested in coming out to the barn.
Around 4 inches and it was very light.

 Right after the girls went out, it started to snow a little bit.

 After chores I let them out again and seemed to enjoy the cold and white stuff.

 A couple days ago I washed the heavy Rambos, in preparation for the colder weather that is on the way.  I put them on the back porch to dry and they are still hanging there.
 At 2, 3 of us went over to Tina's to watch a movie....."Snowman."
 They have a home theater and it was a very comfy place to view this.
What a story.
 If you are a horse person, you will really enjoy the way this was put together.
 Dinner .....another delicious instant replay.
Night all.


  1. LW and Phoebe look so cute in the snow. Hope you don't get more.

    Harry was a real character for sure.

  2. When I've seen the weather in your direction, I've been wondering how you had been faring through it all - And you did it just the way I like it; with fun photos of the dogs, friends and a fun movie and a good meal at the end. The best!!


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