The only critters happy around here are the birds. They never seem to mind when they have to brush the snow off their feeders before they can eat. Some of us aren't so happy. We received another sh*t load of snow yesterday and another storm heading our way for Saturday and then another on Tuesday. It has been a true New England winter. Now most of you know I really love the snow but I have spent more time in my tractor moving it than I have playing in it. I have to snowblow paths for the sheep, it's deeper than they are! I have yet to get to Mt Washington and enjoy a sleigh ride with my Dad. I have got to change my ways :)
We retained a little ewe out of this group of quads last year. Her name is Clary Berry and she is the tiniest little sheep. She is slowly catching up with the other lambs born at the same time. She was literally stuck in the snow. Her legs are so tiny and she tried hopping through the snow. One jump and she was sunk :) She patiently stood there while I waded in to get her. It was much easier for them to get out of the barn after plowing.
Other than a little whining going on, all is well here at the farm. Today's brilliant sun shining on the clean snow went along way to improving my outlook for a day or two anyways :)
I start teaching my Adult Ed classes next week. The first class is "Raising chickens in your backyard". Who knew people would pay to take such a class? I am so excited. I'm teaching four different classes this semester. The people are there because they really want to be and we all have such a good time and the friendships that form are a blessing.
Wishing you all a happy weekend - see you next time.