Tuesday, February 23, 2016

The Frozen Fog...From Last Week

It's in the 50s and raining right now, but if I'm lucky it sounds like it might turn into snow tomorrow night.  Yeah, I know (ducking and running ;-).


It was warm and slushy/snowy.  Betsy had to shake her feet after each step, but she was determined to get out and do some "pre-fishing".  She's on your side about winter.





That's a strand of spider web that has survived all winter!




Just go on back to bed, Betsy ;-).


15 comments:

  1. Don't worry, I am with you. I would rather have cold temps (but not thirty below again!) and some snow than fifty degrees and rain. Wrong time of year for that stuff.

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  2. I'm not a fan of snow and ice, but I'm not a summer-lover, either. Perpetual fall would suit me just fine!

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  3. Oh wait -- are those sheep i see in with the horses? Where is Hank?

    Spring is my favorite time of year. The birds have started to come back and are singing! I realize each year how much I miss that from Oct - March

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    1. There must have been a hint of greening grass out there. I think Hank was making his morning yard walk-about.

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  4. Yeah, I'm with Betsy. We're looking at a day of rain followed by a day of snow here. I'm gonna order the sheep a pizza and stay in bed.

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    1. I'm not even getting my sheep started on pizza! Although, with Graham gone, their technical skills are not quite sharp enough to figure out a telephone...probably ;-).

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  5. Besty is a brave little kitty! =^•^=
    I tossed Tj out the back door into a 3' drift... He has no further desire to go out in "winter". (Mission accomplished!)

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  6. It looks lovely there. A perfect day for dressing up and walking about. However, I am still reeling from last winter's record breaking snow and am ready for spring.

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  7. I enjoy seeing winter--far away! As for my cats, they are welded to their favorite sleeping spots. It's raining, so looking out a window when the birds have taken shelter is no fun.

    And now, back to Baa-ble...

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  8. Beautiful pictures. I get it Betsy, my Annie is also hunkering down INSIDE! even though it is nice today, she doesn't trust it (weather)!

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  9. What great shots. Love your cat!

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  10. Such beautiful "frozen" images- love that spider filament that hung on thru winter. You have a beautiful farm...sweet sweet horses :)

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    1. Ps. I have noticed the better way to "comment" on your blog is using google chrome- otherwise it does not work (if someone should have the same issue)

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