It’s snowing. Not sticking to the ground, but blowing snow in the air.
March has been a great disappointment. I’m expecting big things from April!
By the way, the dirt bike came home, too. We weren’t happy to see it since it doesn’t work and we don’t know where we’re putting it, but then that is MOM’S problem, isn’t it?

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 25, 2013  

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  1. 3-25

    Maybe an equipment shed/garage should be next on the list? That tractor would probably appreciate it. That would give you a place to stash the “mom’s problem stuff. If it was across the road you could even store some hay in one stall if the need arises to feed on that side.

  2. 3-25

    Yeah, a toolshed across the road! Don’t I remember Ross mentioning something about that in a post last summer?
    Nice pics of the snow, Suzanne. You have a lovely view from your front porch.

  3. 3-25

    I don’t know – I kind of think the chickens might like it in their enclosure! After all, it IS a dirt bike. And you could add a basket for them to drop their eggs into, or add a nice cushy pannier!

    Nancy in Iowa

  4. 3-25

    Don’t ask me about my basement. Basements gather stuff, no matter who may own said basement. :dancingmonster: Some of that crap is mine, but more belongs to others…! Glad they have a trusted drop off spot and even more glad that I can still manage to find my way to my washer and dryer! :help:

  5. 3-25

    It’s looked like that all day here in north GA, too. And we’re expecting more of it tomorrow – all day. We’ve had hard-freezing temps here for a least 5 days, so tonight, this stuff might just start sticking. And we have a BUNCH of fruit trees in this area that have budded. Looks like we’re going to lose both apples and peaches again this year.

  6. 3-25

    How about at the end of the driveway with a “FREE” sign attached? =o)

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