So for those of you lucky-ducks actually being able to work your garden soil and plant early seeds today, here's a look at my snow-covered world.
The geese emerging to their once again snow-laden yard. (The chickens won't even come out.) Bet they're gonna be wondering where those nice, new green shoots of grass they've been munching for the last couple of days have disappeared to.
This is the closest we have to a flowing creek on our property. It's actually the ditch on the side of our driveway but it flows for much of the year. I thought it looked especially pretty this morning. Too bad you can't hear the sounds of the water burbling along.
My poor, poor ninebark hedge . . . laid over . . . yet again.
Our wood cutting area where we're working on our pile of maple logs. Wood's not gonna do any drying today. Uh-uh. Nope. No way.
Notice the squiggles on the middle left of the pond surface? They were made earlier this morning by a variety of duck known as Icebreaker Ducks (mallards).
This last shot is for you, MaineCelt. You said you're planting carrots today? Yeah, me too. (Ha!) These are my two designated carrot beds for this year. Somehow, I think you're gonna have more luck than I will.