Disappearing Snow

2 Mar

We had a lot of snow on the ground, but a week of warm weather means that snow pack is shrinking down.

Saturday morning: Odie not looking happy about the snow still covering the ground; Maybeline

The ISU cows are coming back over to eat instead of hunkering down and waiting for hay deliveries.

I don’t think she likes me.

My girls up north have started exploring the old garden area.

Trace on the tree; Victoria, 2TC, and Blaze behind; Ruby to the left

Onyx and Ruby

Victoria running with her girls

I added Trace to the mix, and she seems to have adopted Blaze and 2TC.  I think that’s a good thing.

Trace with 2TC and Blaze in back

With daytime highs in the forties and fifties, the snow is rapidly disappearing.

Sunday mid-afternoon: two days before this, it was pretty much solid snow pack.

That makes us all happy.

3 Responses to “Disappearing Snow”

  1. A Green Ridge March 3, 2021 at 4:56 am #

    Ours has been disappearing too, which makes me more than happy!!…jp

  2. Jeanne March 3, 2021 at 1:14 pm #

    I do understand how you feel about the snow melting! I’ve lived in snowy areas…
    The picture of Trace, 2TC and Blaze is great! Is 2TC in a food pan? So funny!
    It’s too bad the ISU cows are so shy.
    Onyx and Ruby look cute on the old tree.

    • Teresa March 3, 2021 at 3:15 pm #

      2TC is in a hay tub.

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