It lived up to all the hype. Two feet of snow. When we went to bed, there was a couple inches. When we woke up it was over. It didn't look like much from inside the house. It was deceiving to say the least.
The snow is quite light at the moment but there is so much of it. We're supposed to get rain and sleet tomorrow which will just put an icy covering on it all. Yuck. The Farmer has been down at the barns trying to deal with it all. Last night, the bucket loader on the tractor broke. He is hoping he can fix it today as it is key to all his work. I haven't ventured out on the road because I am still working on shoveling out my truck. It is going to take a while. When I get it done, I'll be able to help at the barn some. The big thing is cutting through the path that the plows made so I can even think of getting the truck out.
The lambs in our front pasture couldn't get to their hay. We cut a path for them with our feet and by the end of the day they were eating hay.
I went out for a walk with Winston with my camera. The other dogs had had enough of the deep snow. He's rather hard to get a focused photo of because he moves so fast.
It was getting dark and the whole world had a gorgeous blue cast to it. I love that color at the end of a day after the snow has stopped falling.
Today I will keep digging out with my fingers crossed that the tractor can be fixed easily. It won't be long until the wood supply in the house is gone and I'll be dragging wood through the snow. Have a nice Sunday everyone.