Back deck - the sheep are supposedly behind that big fir tree.
View out of my office window.
(Geez, I just got a cold chill up my spine, remembering Gomer Pyle saying that...) Another winter storm! Actually, this time TWO winter storms approacheth, with our area squeezed in the middle. I can tell you, I don't like to be squeezed in the middle - by snow storms or anything else. We have about 4 inches so far, with a steady snowfall. This snow is very fine; it reminds me of powdered sugar. Very cold, heavy powdered sugar. Since I have heard predictions that range from a few inches to a few feet, to ice, sleet, locusts, and other pestilence, I am taking a wait-and-see attitude vis a vis shoveling. As long as we keep our power, we will be able to hunker down and ride it out. But I do have to say, I am waaaay tired of this winter. So are the chickens, ducks, rabbits, sheep, llama, dogs, and cats. And the mice. And the sparrows. But, as M said, the seed potatoes are ordered, our bee classes start Thursday, so it's not all negative. Just mostly. These are the days when all sense leaves you, and you are left, unchaperoned, with the Meyers Poultry Catalog. I need my mother!!!