Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Funny Farm First Snow






That's right we are finally seeing that white stuff and the tone of the farm changes in a matter of minutes. I must say I quicken my pace as I now have to carry water to my sweet animals - no more hoses. Also, the animals do not linger about but rather quickly go about filling their tummies to keep them warm. As the sun fills the pastures this morning I remind myself to get that rear end in gear and go to town to sock in the feed supplies for not only the four legged but for this two legged.
Another storm is expected tomorrow so no time to waste. It may not be much right now but I sure have learned never to trust the weather guessers - prepare like it will be the storm of the century and then when it is not you can enjoy those snowflakes as they tumble down.
Have a warm, safe day all! Now where did I put those coyote fur mittens??

5 comments:

weather said...

weather forecast from GFS,


www.theweatherland.com/

Blue Sky Farm said...

Good Cold morning here too.. HAppy to be a follower now of your nice blog. My son lives in Denver. I have a friend in Lyons too. Are you near there?
Cheryl

Jane said...

Once traveling through Colorado on September 10 we drove into a storm that dumped a foot of snow in one day. We had to pull over for the night because of it. I was quite surprised because it came out of nowhere. No one else was surprised, and we were told that's just the weather in Colorado. I can see why you want to be prepared.

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Amazing weather

larkspur funny farm said...

Hi Cherly and Welcome to my Funny Farm. I am south of Franktown, north of Monument and east of I-25. Hope that helps in pin pointing me...

Yep, weather around here keeps me on my toes but I love it as long as I do not have to drive in it.