Sunday, February 15, 2015

Snowy Sunday snaps

Taking the trash and recycling to the transfer station: The dogs always come with.

A Rover's eye view of our current storm. All wind and not much snow.

The sheep tuck in.

The tractor awaits a more serious storm. Note the battery jumper/charger rig.

Two rows of icicles? Not a good sign. It means that water from behind the ice dam isrunning down under the metal roof. I checked and there's no infiltration to the porch -- the old roof is still doing its job.

Aimee made bread. I had some for lunch!

Playing with Daddy.

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