The road turned to ice after a slight warm up Friday.
We didn't try to venture out on Saturday,
even the grass was iced over. My husband
slipped and slid down to the coop to give them
water and put them up for the night.
The paved road is OK but we are expecting
freezing rain between midnight and morning
which could make for a nasty commute.
I'll have to see what happens before I take off.
This is the way out-around the
corner and it winds down the hill.
The actual hill is paved so maybe it will be ok.
Certainly the street crews will be working
in town, it's just getting to the main road that is the problem.
I shared our deer photos this morning on FB
with a video as well. One little guy started
at the chicken coop looking for stray feed
and was then joined by two others.
This is our side garden, mostly for salad greens
and where my pumpkins grew as a surprise.
It is directly below my living room window.
They new I was there but couldn't find me through the window.
The turkey are much smarter, they know exactly where we are.
The box is our potato box which worked really well.
The white tube is our well.
The white pole is one of our ham radio antennas.
This is looking towards the coop.
The deer made their way around the house to the
front courtyard where they munched on honeysuckle bush,
even though it is brown and dormant.
I'm getting pretty tired of winter.
It's the worst one in a decade at least.