I walked the farm loop. A couple photos along the way. This is Farmer Bills barn.
Farmer Georg's Farm
My walk took me around town too. Not much going on, things very quiet.
I'm just glad that I'm getting in these outside walks. : )
I walked 6 miles.
❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤The snow flurries didn't amount to anything and by afternoon the sun was out and there was no sign at all that it even snowed.
Since it was a nice sunny afternoon with nice clear roads I decided to take my car out for a little spin. She doesn't get to go out much here in the winter. I drove out to the interstate and went up a couple exits and came home the back way. I stopped at the overlook on the way home.
Hope your day has been a good one and that you smiled often.
happyone : )
Never lend your car to anyone to whom you have given birth.
I'm adding, especially if it is a Corvette. : )Comment replies:
Betsy - We like living here a lot and are so happy that we moved here. : ) Though it snows a lot, so far there has not been a lot of accumulation. I'm still waiting for a snow fall of a foot or two. That will be fun. : ) I didn't realized I liked snow until we moved here. I think it's because where we used to live everybody made such a big deal about an inch or two and things came to a standstill. Here people just go on with their daily lives when it snows - no big deal.
37 and counting - Yes, I do have Yaktrax and use them pretty often. I love them and without them I would have had a lot more walks in the basement this year. : ) Yesterday it wasn't really icy. I just happened to step and slip on the one piece of ice in town.
We love the pellet stove. Even with temperatures below zero it was toasty warm. We are seriously thinking of getting another one for down in the basement.
Thinker - good question! Maybe because we feel silly or clumsy and don't want others to see that.
Three things I'm thankful for today.
1. A sunny day in winter
2. Driving my car
3. A good book