Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Here We Go Again

After a night and day of deluge rain on top of all the melted snow already saturating the ground, we are now looking at 6-10" of snow. The snow started just as I was getting ready to do evening chores and if I wasn't so sick of being wet and muddy, I'd probably really have enjoyed the flakes as big as quarters.  I did manage to muster a tiny bit of enthusiasm.






"Come on, lady, let us back in.  This is ridiculous."


10 comments:

ewespin said...

The sheep in the snow pictures are wonderful. Is Chocula licking those big snowflakes? It is true -- the by-product of snow is mud!

Lisa W said...

Beautiful photos. I can just hear the quiet of those snowflakes with a bit of baaah-ing in the background. And obviously those flakes are pretty tasty, judging by second to last photo :-) Stay warm! Take care of each other ...

The Dancing Donkey said...

These are great, especially the second to last, but I think I might appreciate them a lot more in July.

MarmePurl said...

Newly acquired skill... I can read their minds. They miss me.

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

SWEET but good grief...will it never end??

Terry and Linda said...

Ah, yes! You got our storms...now today it's lovely and clear (cold) but lovely and clear so hang on...it's coming to you soon!

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Miha Giustina said...

At least you had no ice and snow on the ground before this last round came your way.🐶 We had some 5 inches left from the previous two snow storms.

Tombstone Livestock said...

Love your pictures, and love that I live in California.

Michelle said...

I heard on public radio today that some parts of Kentucky got TWENTY INCHES from this latest storm!!! I just can't believe this winter. Record warm months, record cold months, record snowfall...crazy.

sophy0075 said...

You know that when the now extremely well-clad sheep want back IN that the weather stinks.

Have a hot cup of tea and a warm blanket - until you have to go out and check on the sheep again. Sigh.

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