Happy New Year's eve! Have fun and PLEASE don't drink and drive. Impaired driving charges are no fun; injury and death are even worse. Just don't do it. Gordon really doesn't want to have to represent you on a DUI.
Now that my public service announcement is done, here's more SNOW! I took these last Friday, the day after the biggest storm:
Although we got about a foot of snow, the roads were all cleared by the next morning and driving wasn't a problem. I thought it was so pretty along this road, with the blue sky and bright sun on the snow.
But this car won't be going anywhere for a little while...
It really is pretty around here right now!
Ye olde farm is still standing.
We got a few more inches on Saturday. I had to dig a path to the birdbath and feeder. I have an immersion heater for the birdbath and keep it filled all winter.
Sophie can't normally walk up to this hanging feeder and help herself!! The snow is really deep.
The picnic table is slowly disappearing.
Snow is building up on the barn roof.
The beehives are wearing snow hats!
Tristan doesn't mind the snow at all.
Our back deck is buried.
The cats won't be going out in their cat cage for quite some time!
Typical winter in Canada, at least, this how it's supposed to be. Last winter was messed up and too warm.
The drifts behind the barn are really deep.
The little duckhouse (we don't use it in winter) is getting buried as well.
I don't know what's going on in the hives, but I hope everyone's alive!
Have a wonderful New Year's eve and thank you to all of you for reading my blog. I love your comments and you make me very happy. :)