Friday, December 21, 2012

First Day of Winter


Signs that winter is finally here:

Horse water heaters plugged in (love that initial burning smell)

Long underwear pulled from storage.

Muck boots in the front-and-center location.

Winter gloves and wool socks lined in front of the wood-burning stove.

A cat that is no longer insisting on going outside.

Snow!

(Yes... that is a snow drift in the yard. We didn't get much snow, but the wind has been gusting all day and building a little snow mountain for Christmas.)

5 comments:

  1. Looks much worse in your part of the world! Blowing and snowing here too. I still have to go looking for porch pillows that I forgot to move inside! Throw another log on the fire and enjoy this first day of winter.

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  2. We didn't get much snow, but did get lots of winds. In most areas the ground is barely covered. Yes, I've been throwing logs on the fire all day!

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  3. Wow...electric water heaters. Wish we had those when I had to head to the barn to crack the ice for the sheep as a kid! Enjoy the snow -- it's 41 here!

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  4. I, too, have memories of breaking ice from horse buckets as a kid... Thus water heaters for the sheep and horses... As for the chicken waterers, I just have lots of them and bring them inside to thaw out.

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