Wow, you got quite a bit more snow than we did here in SE Colorado. We were supposed to get a bunch, but the wind is so ridiculous here, I knew it would blow around our town. Looks like it blew right down to Texas.
I can't get over how well put together the filly is, all things considered.
She looks so good, and well adapted - even with the snow! I know she's thinking, "Glad I'm not up there in N MI with their fresh 2'!" I can imagine what a luxury it is for her to have a full belly, and her very own "Uncle Dobe" watching over her- I'm loving him more and more as well :)
Well, here's a few new pictures. I haven't had a whole lot of time to do much with her in the last few days beyond spending just a bit of time scratching on her (which she is enjoying more and more). She got her very own improvised indoor run yesterday because we were expecting blizzard conditions and the way her pen was set up, there was nowhere for her to truly get under cover. And, all the runs in the barn were full so there was no other place to put her LOL.
So, I took some spare electric tape (non-electrified) and strung some of it from the corner of the front run to the edge of the barn door so that she could get "inside".
And it's a good thing I did too. We've had about 18-20 inches of snow accompanied by a 40 mph north wind. That has resulted in drifts that are 4-5 feet deep in places. I didn't even bother with trying to get my car out, I just walked up to the barn...or should I say trudged and, in some places, floundered LOL. This is, literally, more snow than we've had at once in over 20 years.