The view from the end of the drive, facing the road. This pic is roughly the same spot, less than two months ago.
The front yard, aka the flower bed, from the driveway. The little branches sticking up out of the snow are my lilacs.
Care to go for a drive?
This is my camouflage pick up- the one we use for firewood and manure. It takes a winter break every year.
And here's the basement wood shed. There will be some work getting this refilled this summer. A little less than half gone, so far. The milder temps mean more moisture in the air, which feels colder.
Looking toward the pasture drive, and into the pasture, from the road.
Nelly, up to her knees by the goat fence, Mindy at the corner. This is 'just off the beaten path', where the critters have been milling about, packing the snow down.
Ice hanging off the house. We have to knock it down several times a year,
because the weight of it damages the eaves and edges.
Ready to start gardening and raising turkeys?
Maybe I'll just knock the snow off the roofs of the greenhouse. (Weight, again).
And go inside, and dream of spring.
Tomato seedlings are cruising right along.
Welcome to my winter wonderland. I don't care if Willy saw the sun. There's no way that's all going to melt in less than six weeks. And milder temps always mean MORE SNOW. So I will continue in my life as a hermit. It'll be gone by May, right?