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Monday, January 27, 2014

Feeling Buried In It !


        Snow that is .  We have had more snow this month then we have had in 10 years of winters, or at least it feels like it ! . It is unreal , seems like we have been shovelling it for ever , trust me  this  old  former farm gal  would prefer to be shovelling some thing else lol !

                          January 2014 (7 of 9)

                                           The piles at the  bottom of our drive way are  getting bigger and bigger !

 January 2014 (9 of 9)

                   I just finished shovelling more snow after the over night snow fall  we had and Papa had been shovelling all weekend !

 January 2014 (6 of 9)

                                   Shovelling paths here and there so we don't loose poor Miggs in the deep snow !

 January 2014 (2 of 9)

All though knowing her , she wouldn’t mind lol !

 January 2014 (3 of 9)

The sun is shining so that's good but the winds are blowing and snow is flying all over the place

again !

 January 2014 (5 of 9)

After I shovelled out the drive and  some paths again I

  cleaned the feeders of snow and filled them all up again , birdies are all 



Until next time friends .

 Country Gal


Buttons said...

Oh yes it is nasty beautiful here:) The drifts are over the fences and the tractor barely made it through the gate opening fun fun sure is pretty though. Keep warm love the shots. Hug B

Nell at njschout said...

That looks like a lot of snow!

NanaNor's said...

Hi there, We haven't had as much snow as you but I am tired of it. I usually always love winters but for some reason I am anxious for spring-which won't happen until another 3-4 mos. We clear grass for Hunter in the back yard. I am looking forward to our new home with its shorter driveway and sidewalk-I think it gets harder as we age. Hang in there!
Hugs to you Elaine,

Primitive Stars said...

White. On white, that's all there is here, pretty winter pictures, Blessings Francine.

Anvilcloud said...

It's quite a winter that we're experiencing. Big winds and squalls here in the east today. It would be nice to have a brief letup for awhile.

camp and cottage living said...

It is pretty even if it's a lot of work!
What a Winter it has been, for sure. I'm ready for a melting-not that I'm going to get it.

Kristin_Texas said...

Miggs is snow happy again. Look at that tail!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

This has been one heck of a winter! We'll all be glad when it's over. We have just as much snow here as you do. Spring won't come too soon for me! Stay warm :)

Amy at love made my home said...

Wow, that really is a lot of snow! I hope that it all melts before next winter comes, otherwise the weather men will think that you are trying to start your own glacier!! xx

Linda said...

Beautiful! I would take that in a minute...we have been so warm and dry here...anything wet will be appreciated!Stay warm and have a wonderful day!!

Gill - That British Woman said...

bloody fed up of winter!!!

William Kendall said...

That second shot of Miggs, she looks very distinctive!

I was watching someone shovelling snow today with a handle unlike what I've seen before: the metal bar is in the shape of a rectangle feeding down to the shovel blade. It seemed to go much easier for him than the usual type.

Shirley said...

I am just glad that we missed the snow last night when the front went through. We did have the winds and the bitter cold. We might warm up by the middle of the week. Your snow reminds me of some that we had during my childhood many years ago. Stay warm. Have a great day. Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Wow !
Heaps and heaps of the stuff :)
Not much snow for us in Tennessee this past winter, but oooh lots of bitter-cold.
Stay warm, love the Miggs girl.

Margaret Adamson said...

I. well that sure is some snow but think how fit you must be getting shovelling all that snow!! Great shots and of Miggs.

colleen said...

I guess we should all take this bitter cold in stride like Miggs does!! It is getting very old now and I'm ready to have nice hot sunshine and be out working in the flowers and the garden. Keep warm and keep the lovely pictures coming.

Deb said...

sweet miggs! my husband does the same for Archer, shovels him little walking paths in the backyard ♥
keep warm - another cold day!