Didn’t get as much snow today as they originally predicted, but it snowed most of the day lightly. When I got home from work we took the boys outside to play and help us get the chickens ready for the snow that started around 6 tonight.


The chicken water tank was frozen over. Luckily the one inside the coop is holding up well and staying un-frozen.


And I found another soft egg so I put it outside in a dish to see what the snow would do to it.


The boys enjoyed running and playing for a while.

Chase run

I took the opportunity to take some pictures around the yard.

Bird feeder

The snow was sitting so pretty on the pine trees.


The birds had almost finished their blocks so we had to fill the feeders up and get them set for the snow as well before we came back in for dinner.


Do you like out new block feeder? I couldn’t pass up a chicken one πŸ˜‰

2 Comments on “Snow, Dogs, Birds, and Chickens

  1. I love the bird feeders! Looks like you all are having some fun in the snow — love your pups’ pictures too πŸ™‚

    We had warm temperatures yesterday and today — it has been a winter of strangely large temperature swings in Nebraska. The cattle thought that is was hot this afternoon, but I have to admit that it was truly beautiful!


    • Thanks… I love the bird feeder too πŸ™‚ The pups had fun yesterday and today in the snow. Only bad thing is we’re missing a chicken she didn’t come home night before last so I think she is gone for good especially with all the snow.

      I herd from my grandmother about Nebraska’s warm weather. Very unusual for VA to be consistently colder then NE. I am glad it’s providing you some beautiful winter weather πŸ™‚

      Hope you have a great week πŸ™‚

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