And we were luckier than PEI: check out these photos http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/snow-what-snowf
I have to lead the horses in and out because their sliding doors to the outside are buried. However, we now have a routine so there's no hassle. I haven't had much time to enjoy the snow. By the time I've finished my chores and snow removal all I can think of enjoying is a hot chocolate and baileys.
Tomorrow we're supposed to get a lot of rain. Yesterday, as I was engaging in my usual after work fun, aka shovelling, I saw that the shed roof had quite a bit of snow on it. Having that collapse would be a major pain in the behind (the tractor lives there). So I decided to climb up and shovel it off. Don't be too impressed
See- I just had to climb up the snow bank ( FYI the shed is about 7 feet tall).
I hopeful that the rain wont cause flooding but, since I can't do anything to stop it, I've decided that it's the beginning of the spring thaw.
Somewhere under that snow is my fence and grass.
I received this photo of Charlante in Virginia today:
And speaking of winter, I'm entered in this contest on FB for a winter blanket. The photo with the most likes wins. I love this photo of Irish, Steele and d'Arcy
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bits-N-Bridles-Tack-and-Feed-Store/557275177631188?sk=photos_stream&tab=photos My photo is in the 7th row. Yes, it's shameless but you know how I feel about blankets.
Thank you. :)