Yesterday, instead of snowshoeing, I took the dogs for a leash-walk along the road.
Ye olde homestead. That tall tree on the right is the white spruce I mentioned in my blog post the other day.
The dogs were patient but must have wondered why I kept stopping to take photos!
Can you spot our house and the tall white spruce?
The sun and clouds were very pretty as I walked west.
Our next-door neighbour's farm. Our place is on the other side of that line of hardwood trees.
They are replacing some of the hydro poles on our road. This one was lying in the snow for quite a while before they finally put it up.
As you can see, winter's not quite done yet. And we have a snowfall warning on for another 15 - 20 cm. Then it's going to rain, oh joy. What a mess that'll be!
The weast side of our farm. Everything covered in snow is ours, and our woodlot is at the back.
These poles are at the end of our laneway, waiting to be put up.
A local farmer named Bernie does a great job of keeping our laneway clear of snow!
Sophie loves the snow!
So does Tristan.
Home again. This is quite a typical century farmhouse in Ontario. The richer farmers built with brick! Our place has vinyl siding now (we will replace it with wood one day, because we prefer it) but originally it was side with tin panels.
Have a good one!