This morning I awoke to frozen pipes in the laundry room.
At the farm show I was talking with a small group of educators and farmers and each one of us had frozen pipes that we had to contend with once we returned home this evening.
We were all very puzzled about this frozen pipe thing since it was a tropical 10 degrees ABOVE zero today, as opposed to the -30 degree temps of yesterday.
It was snowing when I left home early this am for the Farm Show.
When I returned to water the herd again, the sun was out and everything was calm and quiet.
The cows love the hoop barn. Lots of hay from the weekend is in there for them to snuggle in.
Jillian is giving me the 'graham cracker' look.....
The weathermen have been avoiding the subject of snow except to say that there is a "substantial" amount of snow predicted for tomorrow.
Massachusetts is issuing all kinds of emergency alerts tonight.
I got 9 different ones within 70 minutes.
And all the Vermont farmers are still planning on going to the Farm Show.
There is too much to see and so much free "loot" to get that not even a tornado would keep us Ag junkies from gittn there!
I hope its not over 10 inches of snow coming.
I am running out of places to shovel it to.