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More Of The Same

We woke up Monday morning with snow on the ground, not quite an inch, and it flurried off on and throughout the day yesterday. This morning we had some more light flurries. Again it is just barely cold enough to snow, the temperature is actually above freezing and the ground is not frozen.

If you haven’t guessed I am over this snow thing. I will say again that as much as I have complained about our winter, I am very glad I am not in the mid-Atlantic area! Our snow accumulation for the winter is at about five and a half inches and counting which is significant for us. At least it melts pretty quickly. To say we have had an unusual winter would be an understatement. The horses still seem to find the snow amusing even if the fun has worn off for the people.

The barn still reeks of skunk odor, it does not even seem to have dissipated at all. Three days down of skunk odor, how many more to go? I fear I don’t want to know the answer to that!

Tony having fun taking a run through the snow

Asterik, Winston and B-Rad decided to take a cruise around my arena.

Leo walking through the pasture while the snow flurries came down

Homer and Thomas

Dustin says “yawn, this snow thing is getting old”

Ivan was hanging out and catching a nap in the snow flurries


Cuff Links blending in with the landscape


Apollo agrees with Dustin, he thinks snow is boring now

Mr. O’Reilly


Missy, Cuff Links and Harmony


Chance, Tony, Trigger and Dustin

Clay, Teddy and Chili

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