"I have to be free!"
However, 30 seconds later he dove back in.
"well maybe not THAT free"
I got his door closed and came back into the barn. It took me 30 minutes to remove the snow from the stalls and barn aisle. I headed back to the house for more coffee. The rest of the day was spent decorating the tree and baking. The snow changed to freezing rain and then rain. By 4 it was mostly over. I headed back out and had to clear yet more snow away from their doors. I wanted to get it dealt with before the rain sodden snow froze again. Wet snow is very heavy. Sunday night the temperature plummeted again. I took one look at the icy roads and decided to take a vacation day (I save some every year for just this reason). I dusted off the snow shoes and took the dogs into the woods. I enjoy snowshoeing but the first time is always interesting- it takes a while to get the actions down.
When I came back the horses were excited by the noise that my shoes were making as they crunched through the crust.
|run away from the servant with the large feet!|
|love this one of Irish's trot. Note the BC photo bomber|
|love the look on Irish's face "I can't believe your rolling at a time like this"|
|playing with photo processing|
It's easier to enjoy the snow when you don't have to shovel it!