So it’s snowing today. Here I am ready for farm chores with my new Christmas-present insulated overalls. I also have on my pre-warmed boots thanks to my Christmas-present boot dryer. When we got out to the barn we found this:
It is the barn gate that the goats decided to remodel and put a new opening in. They thought it would be best if they could go to the sheep side of the barn and check out their food. The sheep hay might be better than the goat hay after all. Tom was using many four letter words including “meat” while repairing it. While he was saying bad words and fixing the gate, I went out to the pheasant pen and brushed off the snow. You can see the netting is almost down to the ground.
This is our goat Shorty coming out into the snow to see if there’s any food being offered. There’s a snow plow on the road in the background.
Here’s the donkeys hiding from the snow and eating hay in their shelter.
Here’s the peacock who is rarely in the barn, waiting it out on the top of the barn door.
Our home always looks so much nicer in the snow.
And Vanessa, our rehab dog, briefly gets to enjoy the snow with her rehab farm mom.