In-sights into moving from an Acreage back to Town, plus a few things I find of interest.
Two things that horses are scared about:
1. Things that move
2. Things that don't move
Wow! I've simply got to stop complaining when we get a mere 12 inches :)
Oh you just have so much fun with that snow, don't you?! :)
It looks like you have a little bit of work to do. I hope your nosy dog is smart enough to keep his big nose out of the blades :-)
I cannot imagine!
Hello Ian,Well, it seems a lot of work in your farm.The weather is still looking harsh over there.Brooklyn is a beautiful dog, but he seems sad and lonely without his friend, Boots.May I ask for your dog, "Boots"? Where is he?I wonder. Is Boots still living in your farm?Is he OK? Can you post some new pictures of your lovely dog, Boots?? Will you do that, please, Ian??... I am a caring Christian lady.Happy Valentine's Day with all those you love!!Kind Regards,Starry.
Ha, that looks like our yard with the deep snow. The Commander doesn't want to use the snowblower in the yard because he is afraid of breaking ti on rocks and sticks the dogs haul in.
Well, I guess it beats an old fashioned shovel.
Love the pictures...but that looks like it would be to much work. I love snow as long as I don't have to work in it. And like Ron said, I hope that pup stays away from the blades. God bless, Lloyd
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