Tending fine-fleeced Shetland sheep and a whole lot more on a small acreage in the Willamette Valley of Oregon
To see all that snow in your area is amazing! Are folks having any trouble getting around on the roads? Let's face it, they're not used to such conditions! Stay safe.
At least your lovely sheep look warm! I hope this is a one-off and not the new normal. Seems like the new normal is ABnormal! Stay warm and safe on those snowy roads!
Snow makes even the not so pretty objects look beautiful - looks like a Christmas card! And today, even more beautiful with this sunshine...love it.
Your photographs are beautiful, Michelle. All this snow has been quite delightful, especially if you don't have any commitments that necessitate traveling in it! My son got caught in the freeway mess trying to drive home from work, so luckily he was able to bale out and make it to our house. It was an unexpected "sleep over", and we stayed up most of the night talking and watching the snowfall. It was such a delightful treat. I felt so bad for all the folks who had to leave their cars everywhere; it really did cause a lot of grief for the unprepared. Thanks for the lovely documentation of my our snow storm!
Ah yes, Mama Pea; not so much in our area but Portland got a lot more snow and a WHOLE lotta problems.Susan, I'm just glad that all this weather has meant good snowpack in the mountains and ending the 5-year drought in parts of CA!All this cold and snow and sunshine reminds us of the midwest, Lorie!Thanks, Lisa. I'm so glad your son was able to make it to your house. It is hard for us to wrap our heads around people just walking away from their cars like that; we don't ever remember seeing that in the midwest (NE and MN).
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