I remember when I posted daily!
Ah, the good old days.
I thought I would share some more pictures,
as long as I have not gone up the drive today to see whether or not I can get out for a doctor's appointment tomorrow.
Yes, we had a bit more snow, 2 1/2 inches at least.
It didn't stop the Duckie Boys!
I left everyone else in, including the sheep, because when I
got home from an eye appointment yesterday, I found little Cookie shivering next to his mama
outside in the pen. Nope, not having that.
The birds are desperate for feed at this time of the year.
The starlings, especially, have been bad the last week, and believe me, this is only a portion of the hordes. However, in the midst of these.... are some red-winged blackbirds, and for those of you
who don't know, they are the Harbingers of Spring!!!
My faithful girl did the rounds with me this morning. This is a labor of love for her, as she is increasingly slower and slower.
You can see that snow blew onto the porch itself
while it snowed last night, I don't remember that happening very often here.
Rusty was checking for food early this morning. However,
only one lone possum, and two of the other ferals came to eat,
Tiny little footprints leading onto the porch. There is a water bowl there, it was frozen. However, the heated bowl is at the other end of the porch, and I am worrying that no one is realizing it, they are all
so used to looking for it on this end. Both outlets are now taken up, one with the heated bucket in the sheep pen, and the other, running the lights in the sheep barn. I am about to go turn that off for the day, but the sheep must stay in. By tomorrow, some of the snow should be melted and I can maybe let them out again.
I did take some pictures of the goldfinches feeding on the deck, but I believe I have accidentally
The camera caught this view of me when I laid it down on the
Yep, that would be about right for the last three weeks.
I am going to dress up again and go out and see if I can shovel the front gate open... and no, I'm not complaining, many people got four times as much snow!
Happy Almost Spring, Everyone!