It's been snowing like mad all morning, transforming our neck of the woods into a winter wonderland.
Took this photo Saturday while dropping a friend of Younger Daughter's back at her home.
On the way back, we passed a deer carcass out in a field, with ravens and a bald eagle eating.
Unfortunately they flew off before I could get a clear shot, but here's a closer version.
And even closer (cropped) -- very blurry.
And just taking off.
Anyway, this is what the landscape looked like this morning when daylight dawned.
In this kind of weather, Major really stands out!
Cattle panels, covered in the white stuff.
Corral gate from the outside...
...and from the inside.
I don't think the cattle think much of the weather...
...though at least it's not cold (about 30F).
Every branch was laden down.
As was our old tractor.
But it sure is pretty!
The snow keeps sliding off the roof. Right now we have huge mounds we have to climb over, directly under the eaves.
Don shoveled a path to the shop.
This is the hood of our car, with a yardstick standing upright.
About seven inches at the time I took this photo.
Looks like we won't be going anywhere for awhile!