In started yesterday and is continuing this morning. . . . . .a snowstorm. Just when all the snow on the ground had melted and we were in the mud, we got this Winter weather gift from the US Midwest. I guess we should be grateful it didn't bring with it tornados, although this does happen infrequently in late summer.
Across the road from the house. The front of the tractor is at the bottom of the picture. It may not show but it is snowing pretty well.
(My batteries in my camera are shot. I can only get them in the US for my Gateway camera. As a result I can only use my camera where i can plug into an electrical outlet. I am plugged in the cord to the block heater on the tractor.)
Looking up the road toward my neighbour Leo's place. There has been no traffic so their are no tire tracks in the snow. I suspect they will try to save money by not plowing the road forin a day or two the snow could call be melted away.
Gage licking up a snowflake.
(I am now plugged into the oulet at the door of the chickenhouse. ) He was sitting here whinning when I called him to come to the house. "Come on, pup!" I encouraged him. He came by running far to his left first and then approached the house from there. It seems he has learned the lessons of the electic fence. I know he has had a few shocks from it. Rather than whine he needs to realize he can jump over it.
Below is John Mahoney, the man who moved to "southern Quebec because he couldn't stand another one of those. . .cold northern Vermont Winters.". His demonstrating what keeps you young living in the snowbelt. I wonder how much he is shovelling today.
He is an American living on the Canada/US border.
John maintains a very interesting web site full of creative stuff: photos, videos, essays, rants, etc. Many the creation of John but also many submitted by a group of authors. I dare you to visit and sample some of his most interesting website. LOG CABIN CHRONICLES.