Not a lot of excitement today. Grey and in the 40s, headed toward 63 with 50-60 mph winds tomorrow. That should be pretty interesting.
Below you can see how much snow we had left this morning.
Seamus is the neatest pony. His stall has remained pristine.
Jenny, Scott and Buster stopped up mid morning with some bagels and cream cheese. They wanted to meet Seamus.
They were surprised he was so small...
and very impressed with how he and Rebel were getting along.
It was good that Buster was able to run around for awhile.
We had a very relaxing afternoon in front of the fire.
Below is a first. Sophie and Little Wonder slept next to each other on the couch.
I had dinner under control before going out for evening chores.
This is the same yard at 6:15pm. Did not melt all that much.
Hot dogs, beans and coleslaw for a picnic supper.
Except for this, there was very little color in the sky.
Everyone looks content on your farm. We had rain and high wind yesterday. It turned to snow overnight, leaving us with 5" of snow, which is good. It covered up the ice.I hope you have another quiet evening in front of the fire.
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