I hope you have all had a wonderful Christmas season and time with loved ones!
Around here it has been cold, really cold (negative 15 around Thanksgiving), then warm and muddy, snowy and foggy. A very mixed up winter thus far. Today is a rather warm day, the snow and ice are melting, turning the little dirt visible in the driveway to mud. The creek is getting very full, I'm crossing my fingers it won't overflow its banks. That would once again wash out parts of the bottom pasture, which we had bladed and cleared. Now there is not much vegetation to slow the water down and could lead to a washed out driveway. I'm keeping my eye on the whole situation. Not that we can change Mother Nature's mind.
I love this shot of Abigail and her frosty whiskers!
Either the chickens are waiting for breakfast or a snack, or plotting their next move to getting into the warm porch.
I love seeing the big old Russian olive trees covered in Pogonip!
Two of the boys (Bear-the paint, and Whiskey-the dun) wondering what on earth I am doing and if it may involve throwing them some more hay.
I'll have to do another post about Abigail, I have tonz of pictures of her to show ya!