This is our first snow of the winter. Here is Ryeleigh’s third time in the snow (I missed the first two as I slept in. I had my second Remicade infusion yesterday and am quite tired.)
And here are the views of the snowy farm.
snowy back pastures
snowy front pasture
snowy front pasture and relative quiet
snowy geese and Hodor
snowy trees by barn
hen deciding whether to leave the barn
snowy sheep from hay loft
sheep proving the insulating quality of wool
Steve on back fenceline
Steve on cow fence
snowy back forty trees
more snowy back forty trees with Steve
snowy tapped maple tree
snowy trees behind greenhouse
snowy back of house
snowy Donna in cold weather barn gear and Ryeleigh in her sweater
snowy front of house
snowy front yard
snowy orchard with Steve
Steve with his toy in snowy front yard
And here are a couple more videos of Ryeleigh as the snow gets deeper.
Ryeleigh with snow on her nose
calico beans for soup
The beans are for Country Kitchen Calico Bean Soup for dinner tonight.
We have about 6 inches now, and it keeps snowing. The latest alert is that it will snow until 9:oo PM. Thankfully we do not need to go anywhere, there is no wind, and we have all of our utilities working. So we are just fine.
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