Up until today, my little car hasn't had snow on it this winter because it's been snugged away in our garage. Wouldn't you know, today it got booted out first thing so some workshop-y things could be done in the garage.
I took a trip out to see how the waterfowl were doing this afternoon and took this shot as I came up to their "village." Looks cozy with this new snow, doesn't it?
Everybody seemed to be just hunky-dory waddling around the "commons" area and basically happy with life.
The chickens, geese and ducks all have access during the day to several different "houses" which are all bedded with clean straw.
You can see by the snow covering on his back that Mr. Muscovy must have great insulation next to his skin. (He has his own down jacket on. Haha.)
Then I saw these two pansies who preferred to be on the inside looking out. Apparently they didn't want to get their feathers wet. (I don't blame them. My "feathers" go all wonky when wet, too.)
A view of the pond. Pond? What pond? Where?
The snow is really beautiful coating each branch and twig as shown on this apple tree. (This picture, straight out of my camera, was taken right at sunset and there was a definite pink glow over everything outside. Very strange, but lovely.)