Yesterday morning the sky was showing promise, but I couldn't take the time to wait around for more color. It wasn't a vacation day here!
On the way to the barn, I noticed that Bittersweet was barely bearing weight on his right front. What in the world? First Blake, then Browning, now Bittersweet – all three of my brown-based males afflicted with lame front legs? I felt a little better after looking in on the Ram-ada Inn residents; they are both moving pretty comfortably now. And when I headed back to the house after morning chores, Bittersweet wasn't limping much, either. I think they are ALL messin' with me!
So I'll mess with you. ;-) Not only do we have snowdrops in full bloom, the daffodil shoots (and weeds) are coming right along
Later, as Brian and I headed down the hill to his violin lesson, I had to stop and capture Mt. Jefferson
That's the way I like my snow. Scenic and accessible, but not interfering with local travel.
That's it for yesterday; today was a wash-out at . . .