Snow Today

I am so pleased I moved everyone last night.  This morning we had a sprimpling of snow and it is bitterly cold.


My herd are happy enough stuffing their faces and I watched Klængur walking.  He is much better. I still went down to dish out some bread and his Danilon sarnie.


No one needs a rug.  No one is shaking with cold.  I am not worried about them. All is good.

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This herd is very happy and settled.  It did not take long and if they are relaxed in the field, hopefully they will be relaxed when they come to work. I can ride in January apparently.

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I am walking as much as I can now.  The ice is treacherous so I have to be careful, but once gone, I will be back out notching up the miles with BeAnne.


A Me Update – I am finally off all my painkillers. It has been a solitary struggle but I am very pleased with my achievement.  This next period until January will be used to regain my brain (what’s left) as well as my fitness.  I am going to start having flute lessons as I miss playing.  I am very excited about this and will dig out and dust off my beloved Rudall Carte & Co wooden flute to see if I can get a note out of it.  It has been a while as, when my back was going, I could not manage anything and stopped. I had been playing regularly in a local orchestra.  No doubt Loki will hate it – Celt used to howl in tune and BeAnne thinks I am in pain and starts worrying. Everyone should stay well away!


Anywho, here are some pics of the vegetation/ice sculptures in the hill today.  I only walk in the hill with a stick and my ankle strapped up still.  I cannot undo the good work of my surgeon.

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2 thoughts on “Snow Today

  1. Karen

    Glad you are feeling so much better and January will soon be here. Inspired by your photography, I took my camera out with me to take some shots on the walk back from the chemist this morning…no snow but a beautiful bright frosty morning. Got a wonderful pair of trees in the view finder with gorgeous yellow leaves fluttering gently down and thought…wow this will make a lovely arty photo. Pressed the shutter and zilch ….the b#???y batteries were too low and my spares were at home.


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