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
oh, ian! i'm sorry to tell you, but i believe your spring is far off!
I feel your pain! The north wind is blowing here...but thankfully it's not yet cold enough for snow. But it's too cold for me!!
So beautiful. What a life you do have brother.
Ughhh, I can stand most weather, extreme hot or cold, but I don't like winds of any sort! I'm wondering if we're going to have another heavy winter this year, it sort of looks like it. Just bought my first 50 pound bucket of de-icer...
Since you already have a bunch I think it would be better if you took ours too:) I would say your place looks about as awful as here....but Ian..... Spring.....do you know something I don't. Try to stay warm, I'm off to brave the elements...chore time.
oh my that does look like winter! Where I am so glad to see our 110 degree days behind us, ummm I would not want to see what your seeing now out your window.
We've had 2 snowstorms and a blizzard. It's decent again, so hang in there.
But, it's so beautiful!!
Oh, so that's where the snow is... at your house :)
Winter has arrived here too, time to settle in and stay warm.
So much for global warming :-)
I'm so sorry,....but I love this view. I know I know you long for spring because your winters are too long. I'll send out some sunlight for you and your loved ones Ian.Have a great sunday (hopefully not the whole day in bed ;-)))Dagmar
Wishing you and your family a blessed Thanksgiving Day. By all the snow in the photographs....one might think it was already Christmas. God bless, Lloyd
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