Scenes from Saturday. By afternoon, most of the storm was over. According to my measurements, we topped off at about 10 inches in Scottown, which was fine with me. There was no getting up the hill by any means besides on foot. So, it was a long walk for John to get the tractor so he could push a path down through the trail. It was the right thing to do, because once it was at the bottom, it would not go back up. After adding a couple buckets of gravel in key slippery spots, we were able to drive the gator up to feed and water the sheep an horses. Its times like this I REALLY wish I had more flat land. The goats were fine and happy, and their electric water buckets working well. The chickens are staying in the coop.
Callie, the abominable snow dog. She loves playing in the snow so much, I couldn't get a still picture. By the end, she had very large snow balls covering all four legs and her belly. She went straight to the tub. Jako rolls in it and eats it, and it falls right off.
Today, sunshine, a driveway and clean vehicles.
My name is Christy Franklin.