The weatherman said that it would be the driest winter we'd had in Utah for a long time. It was a dry summer; we rationed the irrigation water in the face of drought. We got much less hay than usual out of our pastures during the growing season.
Yet, we had two feet of snow in early November, and now - we are going on 5 straight days of snow. It is much needed water, but I can't help but feel that the weatherman doesn't know what he's doing.
The cows are not amused.
They think the sheep and ducks are crazy - standing out in the snow. The ducks try to bathe in the drifts.
The turkeys, seemingly armor-plated, don't mind roosting outside, even though there's plenty of space inside the barn.
In the studio, I'm working on dual-clay, multiple color designs.
I messed around yesterday with these layered pendants/ornaments:
We are planning a quiet New Year's celebration at home. How will you be bringing in the New Year?