Happy Snow Day!!


Jay's workshop and the chicken coop
 I heard a rumor that Spring is on it's way.
We aren't so convinced!
Here's what we woke up to this morning.....
no picnics today!

the trees give a little bit of cover from the snow

the girls debating if they want to come out or not.....
....and they decide "no, thank you"


the barn and house




not the right shoes for today

one of my azalea bushes

sheltered bushes


the original well for the farmhouse

a shoveled pathway

Happy Tuesday!

13 comments:

Liz said...

Oh boy as pretty as this is, it would be hard to take! If I was the girls I would stay in too!

NanaNor's said...

Hi there, What a beautiful scene; I am glad you are getting the snow and not us here in Colorado. I love it but this year, I'm ready for spring.
Thanks for sharing.
Noreen

Meg said...

Goodness! Well it sure is beautiful. It's so funny to be seeing pictures of that as I am looking outside. I would almost take snow right now, it's starting to get hot already!

Christina Yother said...

You may be aching for spring, but I'd love a good snow day! So gorgeous!!

daisy said...

Your photos are so very gorgeous! The snow seems the perfect place to find stillness.
Not sure if I could handle all that snow, but a little cool would be nice. We had to put our A/C on today. ;o(

Kat said...

Gorgeous!

Cindy said...

Just found you through Pinterest. Loved your post about all the things you learned about chicken coops. Love your blog. Your pix are so pretty.I've always wanted to visit the NE. A born and bred southern girl (eastern TN) I've always thougth I would make a good yankee. :) Can't wait to read through your archives. I have a small flock of 5 hens and one rooster with more chicks on the way in April. If you want, you can visit me over at http://justoffthetipofmypen.blogspot.com/

Terri said...

It's beautiful, but I'm glad we aren't dealing with it here!

Amber said...

Hi! I just found your blog for the first time. I have no idea where you live but I'm assuming in the Northeast? I say that because I'm from the Northeast and despite that fact that tomorrow is the first day of spring, it feels NOTHING like spring around here! Snow, ice, cold wind. Oh how I'm longing for some warm sun on my face! But your snow pics are very lovely! It looks like you have some very lovely acreage there! So happy to have found your blog!

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Thanks all! It's now 9:35p.m. and it's still snowing...... Guess I'll be shoveling again tomorrow. :)

Flat Creek Farm said...

The pics are just gorgeous, Staci! Some real winter eye candy, for sure! But I am with you.. where is Spring? We have a chance for snow for the next 3-4 days. Guess we'll see if we're in for a Spring snowstorm too (sighhhh). Happy Spring, I guess!?!? -Tammy

Leslie said...

Great pictures! They look like Christmas cards :)

Rural Revival said...

Beautiful pics! Nothing more beautiful than a fresh coat of snow, but my your homestead looks very, very pretty!