Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Wednesday Farm Photos: Snowed In!



























Not enough snow for you?
12/2/06: Snowstorms & Snowfall & Very Cold Hearts
12/3/06: Bear is on Alert No Matter What the Weather
12/4/06: I Said Show Business, Not Snow Business
12/5/06: Same Scene New View—My Favorite Hayfield Landscape
12/9/06: Molasses Ginger Spice Snaps Photo Shoot—The Whole Picture

2/3/07: Stock Dog Extraordinaire and Sheep Shearing Snow Delays
12/16/07: Winter, Take One
12/17/07: It's Never Too Cold for a Tummy Rub

2/3/08: Handyman Special
2/4/08: Saturday Was a Snow Day—And Doris Was Thrilled
2/12/08: Frozen Water Everywhere & Not a Drop To Drink
2/16/08: Snowed In, Day Six
2/19/08: Eco Art or Washed Up Junk?
2/20/08: Our Resident Weather Girls

2/21/08: Another Day, Another Ice Storm (Dan is Ecstatic)
2/23/08: Please Don't Step on My Heart
2/24/08: Snowed In More
2/25/08: A Rare Winter Sight—And Geese!
3/2/08: How Do Donkeys Order Lunch?
3/5/08: Seasonal Eating
12/1/08: That's Not a Heavy Frost

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12 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures! I love to look at others peoples snow, not crazy about having here at home. Good thing I live in Texas! Although, we had a nasty ice storm yesterday! I'd rather have snow than ice.

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  2. Darn, a couple of oompa-loompas would be handy :)

    We're suffering in heat waves condition down here in Australia - looking at that snow makes me feel cool!

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  3. Your snow is beautiful! I love seeing your chickens and their house and run. (Looks like someone forgot to put a tarp on the firewood stack again...)

    I am baking a loaf of your Farmhouse White bread as I type this. Thanks so much for posting that recipe.

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  4. Yep, we've been pelted with the snow and ice too, but from what I've heard, not nearly as bad as your area has. Quite enough though, to make me long for spring that much sooner.....

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  5. Snow is beautiful and I really do love it, but you know what I think when I see photos like this? What a pain it is getting wood, opening gates, and doing outside chores when there are 10 inches of snow on the ground. Not that this reaction is a result of my own experiences or anything . . . ahem.

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  6. These are lovely pics. We haven't had a real snow in VA in years. **Jealous**
    Thanks for sharing!
    Tami T.

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  7. What beautiful pictures! I believe you have a little more snow than we have here in SW Missouri, although there have been many closings. Lots of sleet before the snow came.

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  8. Oh how I wish for snowfall like that here! Enjoy it!
    Blessings,
    ~*~

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  9. Oh I love the picture with the swing. When I was a little girl my grandmother would push me in a swing like that. It hung from a dogwood tree and never had any snow under it ;) Your pictures are wonderful.

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  10. Sadly, up here in Kansas City we only got about an inch! No snow days for UMKC.

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  11. Wow, fantastic pictures. I still can't used to the northern:southern hemisphere divide. We're basked in temperatures of 30 degrees wishing for overnight rain and you're getting enough snow to last you the year.

    I love the picture with a swing, so atmospheric!

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