The red coats were back in business.
I had purchased extra grain and was storing it in the back of my car until this morning,
when Gary brought it into the feed room. Hopefully I am set for the next two or
I had put hay under the shed roof as it was very windy again.
When I finished cleaning stalls I could not find the horses, because
they were smart enough to go inside the indoor.
I brought them more hay and they were happy campers.
Not the best weather for the gardens.
When I got back in the house I made some chicken stock
and chicken salad.
At 11:30 Gary went down to the Middle School as a volunteer, to help others
distribute boxes of food from Foodlink. Everything was packed in boxes
and placed in the back of the cars. A very efficient method.
So needed at this time.
We had a fire going all day.
Finally, the sun came out and all the snow disappeared.
What a difference. Still very windy tho.
Looks like all the flowers survived.
We have tons of these sweet little blossoms all over the lawn.
Dinner. A salad with hard boiled eggs, Swiss cheese, tomatoes
and shaved carrots topped with homemade Russian dressing.
and leftover sloppy Joes.