And then it snowed. What a piece of joy it was. As the old Codger said this is the first real snow we have had in two years.
Only a little on the ground so far yesterday when I took the shots, (every image on this blog is from the last 24 hours remember, dawn to dusk) but there was some more snow overnight, we will see how it looks when I go out for the first feeds.
But most of all: Stalkers garden waits for spring.
Good morning. The wind picked up in the night coming out of the North so I hope that we will have some good snowdrifts. And not leaning up against the South doors with any luck. It was not too deep when I trudged out there to feed the lambs in the night but I am guessing we got about 4 or 5 inches. Just a nice amount. The sky is still dark so it is hard to tell. John has gone out to clear a path to the woodshed. The lane has disappeared. School is cancelled. And the windows are curtained with snow. Excellent! Farming is not cancelled though so I had better suit up like a moon man and off I go.
Have a lovely day. If my homeschooled kids do get through I believe that snowmen will be high on the list of tasks for the morning!