Roscoe waiting patiently for his older sister, Mocha, to drink her water.
We woke up this morning as we always do, and we went out to feed the animals. This time I brought a camera to take pictures of all of the ridiculous animals.
Because of the weather, we’ve been keeping the below three horses in the “large paddock.” Today, we let them out to run around in the field. They ran around for a good 10 minutes.
From left to right is Maple, Onora and Aspen.
While I was out in the pasture I took a picture of our house in the snow:
Here’s another picture blog of how things are around the ranch:
Every year, for a couple weeks, our hill is covered in these yellow flowers just about the time I forget their name…
I did another load of Shale Rocks:
This bird made a nest in our Hayshed:
Rosco and Penelope watch over our land:
A “California Red Garter Snake” decided to die in front of the Hay shed to scare the “bajebas” out of Anna:
Our Duck and Chickens are GINORMOUS:
We got some lawn ornaments that double as full time lawnmowers:
What? No adorable pictures of Mocha in a picture post? Impossible!
Today was the second day of spring…
yea… about that…
(In our new house)
Anna and I have been in our new house for 7 months and married for 2. It finally snowed. Normally, it snows by Halloween, but this year it came very late… which usually means it’s going to be a short and heavy winter. We’ll see.
Here are some pictures:
Rosco and Pudge sitting in front of our house.
The view from my office window:
Mocha in the snow:
My favorite girls: