Well,we've weathered our first blizzard on Cavalli Run.
The sheep were oblivious to it. They could have come into the barn if they'd wanted to, but they chose to stay out on the pasture instead. The sheep are those little fur balls eating off of the big things which, even though in a certain light appear to be giant sheep, are actually big, round hay bales.
The dogs are oblivious the weather, as well. All day long they wanted to run in and out, in and out, so they could go out and play in the snow.
The horse, donkey and chickens had the good sense to stay inside for the day!
The blizzard didn't hit us quite as hard as it did down south of us. However, we probably got a foot or so of snow. We didn't lose power, thankfully.
This morning it was very cold (4 degrees, not counting wind chill), but the snow had stopped and we had a beautiful sunrise.
We have some good-sized drifts from all that wind.
Not only did the storm bring in all that snow, it seems to have brought with it a new addition to the farm. We haven't seen this orange cat before! I guess the other cats don't mind sharing their food with this stranger.
Yes, I'd say we weathered our first blizzard quite well.