Life on a family dairy farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
Uh oh! If it's not one thing, it's another. I marvel at how, with all that can and does go wrong on a dairy farm, you manage to stay not just positive, but positively lyrical. I would be exhausted!
Yup, what Woodswalker said.
Woodswalker speaks for us all. Keith and I are sending wishes for warmth and a peaceful heart.
At least they are pretty;)
WW, I was just grateful that I happened to look down there and notice the icicles. We aren't using that barn this year so no one goes inside. I don't think much harm was done, and the boss had it fixed in a jiffy. Bet it froze again last night though so I'll have to keep an eye on it. And as soon as it warms up we are going to have to find the shut off for that building!Rev. Paul, I was pretty discouraged when I saw it, but it didn't end up being as bad as it looked]Cathy, thanks to both of you! It wasn't as bad as it looked, although I'll bet it is frozen again today.Linda, they are kinda nice and sparkly aren't they? lol
But you found the beauty in a bad situation. Great photos!
Man, I would have cried. At least it froze so you don't have too much of a water bill.Linda*♥´¨) ¸.-´¸.-♥´¨) ¸.-♥¨) (¸.-´ (¸.-` ♥♥´¨http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
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