So, it snowed.


Which was completely unnecessary in my humble opinion.


I mean, I know it is pretty and all that stuff,


but it is November 16th!  Winter, by my calendar, is not until December 21st.


The animals didn’t seem to mind too much.

Boer_Goats Polled_Herefords

By evening chores, it was snowing heavier.


I huffed, and I puffed, and I finally managed to tie my heavy snow boots while bending over my sweatshirt, insulated-coveralls and chore coat.


I braved the wild outdoors with Pig-farmer.

He is like the animals and doesn’t really mind the snow.

DSC_0773I discovered it really wasn’t too cold out

and it really was beautiful.

But, it’s NOVEMBER 16th


that’s all I’ve got to say about that!

About Marla Rose

This blog documents our farm life in central Illinois with photographs, experiences, and a dash of cooking. Pour a cup of coffee and enjoy sharing part of our lives!
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18 Responses to So, it snowed.

  1. Dianna says:

    It made for some pretty photos, though!

  2. says:

    “Which was completely unnecessary in my humble opinion.” Forgive me, I laffed.

  3. cecilia says:

    With you on that one.. ! Though we did not get as much a you by the look of it.. c

  4. We got freezing rain. Not so pretty. Couldn’t park in the driveway because it was a sheet of ice.

  5. pattisj says:

    It is always too early for snow! It’s nice when the wind isn’t beating you to death with the snow.

  6. haha! I liked the bit about trying to tie your boots with all those clothes on! When we elk hunt that is the hardest part, tying shoes and attempting to get on my horse with all that gear! 🙂 I feel like a walrus.

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