Thursday evening when I got home this is how much we had gotten through the day. Now you may think this is a strange way to calculate how much snow has fallen but for some reason the snow that piles up on our deck seems to give us a pretty accurate depth.
And of coarse at the end of the path the girls await. They are really getting tired of being shut in. I think in the next couple of days they might be able to get out in the run again.
They love to eat the snow that I track into the hen house when I go to feed and change their water. I usually scoop a lot of snow up in the waterer for them before I take it back inside.
My black Jersey Giant has started molting. She always molts this time of the year and she ends up with a featherless neck for months. She is such a pretty chicken and has such a very sweet nature also, that is is sad to see her look so messy for months. She is the large chicken on the roost.
A few more snowy pictures:
"He spreads the snow like wool and scatters the frost like ashes." Psalm 147:16
My favorite Charlie Brown tree, I have to take a picture of it every year.
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