All pictures taken on Tuesday, December 16, 2003.
Someday I'll get a real digital camera; for now it's fun with my $19 hillbilly-cam. :-)
We got about nine inches of light, dry snow over the weekend. This is the snowiest December we've had, by far, since I moved back East. It's not even winter yet, and it's supposed to start snowing again tomorrow and not stop for 5 days. Yikes! There's only ~150 gallons of propane left in the tank...
I spent an hour and a half plowing the driveway with my ATV yesterday morning--after plowing it on Sunday. Nevertheless, Sandy put her 4WD Subaru into the ditch when she tried to leave yesterday. I dragged it with the ATV, then with Mighty Whitey (our 4WD Tundra pickup), but it took our neighbor George's snow-tired pickup to get it out.
Every day I'm sore all over. (Still.) "What does not kill me will make me stronger."
And now with Sandy's Nikon (also taken this morning by Sandy):
A young "spike," or two-point buck out by the bird feeder. Note his two tiny horns, barely visible.
A dog and her monkey. State law in WV requires that monkeys going abroad in the woods during hunting season wear at least 400 square inches of dayglow orange; hence the fancy vestments.
Making a canine snow angel.
Mo in the Snow.
And, around 4:40 PM, the sun goes down as Mo snaps shots like a fool