"It's snowing, again."
I stared at him. "What?"
"It's snowing again. Looks like it is coming down pretty good..."
I looked. It was. This photo was taken a little after 5:30 a.m.. There was a good inch or so, even at that point.
As the morning progressed, it snowed harder. The neighbor's cows were pushing the calves under the trees and centering them with the Moms outside, to shield them from the cold.
This birdhouse is on the side of our house, I think the drift effect is the air movement around the house. Haven't seen any birds going in or out of late, so it might not be occupied yet.
(They probably haven't figured out it's spring, either...)
I am HOPING that the poor little pear tree doesn't have problems because of this... It's weathered snow before, so I am trying to be optimistic. On the bright side, it's not ice.
Husband looked at this photo, and said all it needed was a few Christmas lights.
The Pines on our place seem to look more burdened than the Firs. We aren't too worried about the trees, but we are sort of hoping the pole barn doesn't decide to let go and munch everything.
Some cows seeking breakfast. I would show my llamas, but they stayed up on the hill, and so I will see them later. Husband said this was a Hay Day, being that there probably isn't a lot of grass or forage for the llamas. So, I will be wandering out to feed, and will have to see how my wagon does on snow... And get Buzz the Hyperactive Wonder Kitten out from her snoozing spot.
(I try and be nice, but I must say, I wish I could let her lay in the hay and let be. Grumpy is Buzz when she has to leave. I can't blame her, either.)
Now I just have to decide if I will go into town and work at the substation. I will have to see what happens as the day progresses...
So, all of you who have had the mild winter... ENJOY IT, PLEASE!! Now I am completely confused, I have gardening fever, AND want to put up Christmas lights!
(update: It is STILL snowing at 11a.m., and I was told to stay home by the new boss, so I will be homebound, unless someone else locally needs help. Husband had to get the back hoe out and move a tree for a neighbor. Tree, crossing driveway... This is interesting. Power outages here and there...)