Awesomeness

Jan
23

The tractor, and Rodney, plowing the way, from the barn–where we have to go repeatedly through the day to tend the animals–to the driveway and back. That is the goose’s head sticking up bravely from the snow. (Yes, he has shelter in the barn. He just insists on going out.)
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We are tapering off at a foot and a half here. It’s supposed to be 45 on Monday. Monster Storm, buh-bye!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 23, 2016  

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  1. 1-23
    4:54
    pm

    Rodney is such a sweetheart!

  2. 1-23
    5:52
    pm

    I’m so glad you have Rodney. Let’s hope we have a slow snow melt, or there will be flooding next.

  3. 1-23
    10:53
    pm

    45 on Monday!! Lucky You!!

  4. 1-24
    12:05
    am

    that rodney is a keeper! Glad the snow is tapering off! stay warm and safe,

  5. 1-24
    1:43
    am

    I’m so glad you have Rodney too. That’s a lot of hard work, it’s nice to have someone to share it with. ;)

  6. 1-25
    7:55
    am

    And you never lost power? Such a deal!

  7. 1-25
    12:04
    pm

    If only the goose had a shovel…….isn’t that what he’s looking for?

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