Friday, March 9, 2012

Snow Melt

Looking out the Wool House window Monday afternoon. The snow didn't last long, but I enjoyed every minute.

The next morning. All Willard, all the time ;-).

Or maybe the all Hank blog.

The Keeb-Myster. What an odd - but favorite - sheep.

I love sheep tracks in snow.

Four Corners - Boudreaux, Ewen, Renny and Marcel.

Emily and Casper Belly. Jacobs must have at least two horns, but can have up to six. Look closely - Emily and Casper Belly have four.

Happy Hank. He loves cold weather and snow. That's my boy!

And this might end up being my favorite picture. Is Jester trying to catch a snowflake on his tongue?


Terry said...

Jester trotted over to my blog. Hope you don't mind.

Michelle said...

Our snow was beautiful but short-lived, too -- just the way I like it! Unfortunately, I wasn't home much the day it fell and didn't get to take many pictures. Yours have been wonderful.

Tami Weingartner said...

They are all so lovely!!!!!

Alice said...

Love the sheep tracks.... looks like they had cross-country skis on. The beauty of snow without the bitter cold..... what a great combination, a pictures to prove it ;-)

Peruby said...

Yes, I think Jester is trying to catch a snowflake.

The four horns creeps me out a bit. I had no idea.

And - I spotted another one of those alien eyes looking at me. (a.k.a. ear tag).

Lori Skoog said...

All of your snow pictures have been exceptional! Did you just start watermarking your shots or have I been blind? I have not figured out how to do that yet.

Ed said...

Fantastic shots, looks like the snow day was a big success. The tracks shot made me smile...all tracks lead to food..;-))

Nancy K. said...

He most certainly IS!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Oh Jester made me smile..what a hoot! :)


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