a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Monday, February 7, 2011

Making Tracks...

to break the ice,
and feed the stock.
Feeding waits for no weather condition.

10 comments:

LindaG said...

Good you have that tractor! Like your new header pictures, too!
Have a good day, Gail! :)

Jules said...

No it does not. That is one thing about country life I do not miss!
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Teresa aka JW said...

Isn't that the truth. My sister has a sheep farm and she certainly gets worn out this time of year.

Country Gal said...

Beautiful photos ! Have a great day !

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Yes, the livestock has to be fed no matter the weather. I remember those days on the farm when growing up having sometimes to go with my dad to drive while he threw off hay bales and watching while he chopped ice in frozen ponds. But as a youngin', I didn't mind the cold as I would now!

Sunny said...

How true and I think it becomes even more important during bad weather.
☼ Sunny

Nezzy said...

....nor do the hungry wild~eyed cattle!!!

I can't believe the ice and snow I drove through today to make my dental appointment....in my car!!! Oh baby, I wanted to kiss the frozen ground when I made it home! The crown is back on....permanently I hope.

Love your track pics!!!

God bless and have a great week. We have another 3-6 inches predicted startin' tonight. {{{SIGH}}} :o(

41 days 'till spring :o)

Sue said...

I can't imagine having to go out and do that in such weather!

Seriously. I feel put upon when I have to take out the garbage in the rain!

=)

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

It's beautiful Gail, but I know how cold it must be! I went out and planted geraniums in my little wheel barrow today and when I think of the difference in the temps..it just amazes me. Wish we had a wee more of a winter though.

Gorgeous pictures, Gail!
Sending you love,
Mona

allhorsestuff said...

Too true~!!!

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