Life On and Off an Acreage

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

March 18, 2013

More

After two more dumps like This ,I have finally gotten things dug out! It may take a while before the training paddock is available!

Yep, it may take a while!
The parking spot is cleared out, and my truck is back at home. The lower ball joint on the front passenger side broke leaving the tire sitting at 90 degrees to what it should have been. Fortunately, we were not on the highway when that happened or it could have been real exciting!
Looking at the picture, I see I forgot to shovel out the bed. Tomorrow is another day, with no snow forecast!

6 comments:

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Oh my, so much snow - that looks like a lot of work. I'm hoping we don't get too much tonight!

Terry said...

Yikes! That's a lot of snow.

Crystal Mary said...

Hi Ian, I know you probably get sick of seeing it, but it is so pretty.
Praise God you still have the energy to shovel..we take so much for granted when we are able to do things. I am slowing down and can't believe I can't keep up as I did.But I haven't given up yet.

peihome said...

Yikes. You really have a lot on the ground. We were THIS close to done, but first one snowfall, and now another big one forecast for tonight... nooooo!

Linda said...

Wow! This looks like here in Montreal right now! Take care of yourself and stay warm and safe!

Helma said...

Jeez mina Ian,
snow as high as that in the Peddock remains then your horse totally Neit more. What a huge amount of snow!