Saturday, December 7, 2013

It's Only Pretty...

...because it was light enough that no one got terribly hurt. One of the old guys (white pines by the house) lost a limb, but he's still standing tall.  Whew.  Much of the rest of Kentucky was not so lucky and we have another storm heading our way tomorrow.  Stay warm and bring out your wool!





14 comments:

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

The ice is so pretty on everything, but not when it breaks limbs, etc. I'm waiting to hear how my brothers around Elizabethtown have fared--Good I hope, and I hope you have a good evening and stay warm--The storm is headed towards us in VA.

Miha Giustina said...

You are right, pretty it is but lots of potential trouble as well. Everyone stay safe and warm, including Maisie:-).

Mt Devon Meanderings said...

11 inches of snow here in SE Missouri. Glad to have missed the ice for once.

small farm girl said...

You got a LOT more ice than we did. But you never know about this new system coming in. Good luck!

Dreaming said...

Brrrr... but the shots of the ice are beautiful. I hope you don't get ice and wind.

majorasue said...

Ice does make for pretty pictures, but I'll take my snow (though I hope it goes away soon!). What I'm not enjoying is our cold temperatures (High of 9 today, with -14 predicted tonight). With frozen pipes, it does make taking care of the animals a challenge.

Spinners End Farm said...

Pretty! :). Hope everyone is well and warm.

The Dancing Donkey said...

That is the kind of pretty that we can all do without. Stay safe and warm.

MarmePurl said...

That's what I love about our CSL...always fining the beautiful side in every situation.
So pretty.
Stay Safe Sara. Happy wool playing.

I need orange said...

Sunshine on the ice is so beautiful. But the ice bringing down branches, trees, and power lines ... not so much. Glad you suffered so little damage.

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

Yes, you are ALL correct but I still love seeing it and I have been in plenty of it. 4 deg this AM. Just a dusting of snow.

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

Yousa, I just got a picture from my nephews wife in OK and their cattle have 'crystal' earrings :( Not nice.

karen said...

beautiful photos! We have been lucky so far with our ice storms and snowing storms but eventually we lose a limb here and there.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Makes for great photos! :)

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