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Six and Counting

Jan
22

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It’s coming down one to two inches per hour. We’re at six inches. The snowpocalyse is here! It’s not supposed to stop till sometime tomorrow….

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The Snowpocalypse Has Arrived

Jan
22

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Crossing fingers for no power outages.

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  1. IMG_7196 January 22, 2016 - Oncoming Snowpocalypse

    We’re expecting the snowstorm of the century this weekend–only because it’s a fairly new century, so there hasn’t been a snowfall this big here since 1996. Anywhere from one to two feet between today and tomorrow. So far, there’s still just the couple of inches on the ground that came down the other day. But supposedly things are changing in the next few hours. … Continued…

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    For the first time in years, I won’t have a teenager.

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    My little girl is a young woman.

    I made her birthday dinner this past weekend, early, … Continued…

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  1. IMG_7139 January 13, 2016 - The Icy Struggle

    This has been a mild winter so far, but Winter doesn’t want us to forget it’s winter! So it dropped in for a visit yesterday, bringing single digit temperatures with it. The pipes are drained for the winter in the studio, so no more water woes for me over there, but I’ve been running water and space heaters in the struggle to keep the water … Continued…

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    I’ve been trying to get the chickens to lay more. The first step was getting them back in the house, and stop them from getting out. The netting over the top has worked really well. But even at that, with something around 18 hens, we were still only getting three or four eggs a day. Some of the chickens are older, six or … Continued…

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