So let's have a little more frigid weather!
With lots of new snow! At first the snow blower would not start and there was way too much to shovel. Fortunately, Gary was able to get it going and did a great job with the driveway.
I did some shoveling in the front paddock.
No dogs were going to the barn with me today. Phoebe and Little Wonder could
only be outside for a couple minutes, it was so cold for their feet.
Daniela and I made a quick trip down to Wegmans and then I worked on getting the house together for our Sunday Jam, which started at 4pm.
You can't imagine how much equipment we had in the kitchen!
There were 10 of us playing and 7 listening.
Before everyone arrived I started teaching Daniela to play my other baritone uke.
By the time she leaves she will have learned a couple of songs. Quick study!
Sidney did not go anywhere near the kitchen and I could not catch him to let him out!
Of course it's a little confusing for the dogs.
Phoebe was trying to get to her spot on the couch
she made it.
As Doug Green said, "Jimmy would have loved this."
A real old fashioned jam at the farm.
Around 6 Jenny arrived to pick up Daniela, as they were headed to a New Years Eve
gathering at the Ames household with all the kids.
We played our last song and enjoyed a very nice pot luck supper.
(Not to mention all the appetizers during the break)
Salads, beans and greens, potato/corn chowder, meatballs, Carina's bread followed by homemade fudge, dried fruit, nuts and chocolates.
This was a great way for us to spend New Year's Eve
and I would do it again in a heart beat.
A very special group of people!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!