I missed posting this photo from our second plowable snow before Christmas. Luckily it was fluffy this time and I got my shoveling done without killing myself! Don looked like a snowman himself when he came in. The wind really whipped it around and the horses were more than happy to move inside after their paddock was scraped out. They were barely visible in the corner of the pasture while Don plowed but they were out standing in the wind. Don't know why when they can be in.....but that's their choice.
A beautiful and chilly blue sky Christmas day. This magnificent cardinal was enjoying his Christmas dinner on our gigantic Burning Bush. The little red seed pods are just delicious! Enjoy the bounty, pretty one.
Here are the snowy ponies this morning! Our first real snow of the year and everyone was pretty excited about it.
I'm excited about it, too, because we will have a rare DAY OFF from working the woodpile! Mr. Anderson has been on a tear with cutting and since we got a wood splitter our rows have been steadily growing.
The snow is supposed to continue all day so I think I'll have a chance to do some cookie baking and probably some shop time to make angel ornaments.