Let's hope her little nose does not get frozen in place!!
You must have caught the same winter storm we did (in NW Arkansas). We're LOVING the snow as we have the mildest winters you can possibly have. Your farm looks LOVELY in the snow...hope you are all staying warm!
Hi Jeff,Her nose does look a little snowy! Good thing she got to spend most of the day curled up in front of the woodstove. ; )Hi DoughGirl,Welcome to the farm! I bet you're loving the snow--what a treat for you. We've had a really mild winter for the most part, so I'm not surprised that February has knocked us over with its blustery cold and crazy ups and downs (75 degrees one day, 4 degrees a few days later). But yes, at least the snowy scenery is lovely. And for the most part we are all staying warm! : )
It's cheaper than bottled! Your farm really does look lovely in the snow:)
Your snow photos are too much. I wish I could have snow at my farm...
My Bart was from Missouri.:o)>
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