Winter Arrives

Kind of late but winter has arrived here in Western Kentucky. High today around 15 degrees going down to 3 degrees tonight. Snow and sleet falling with the ground covered expecting to get above six inches. Having to check and make water available for the animals three to four times a day this week. Plan to just stay home, may not post again for a while, really not feeling like taking pics. May wait until March. Check back if you have time. Stay warm and stay safe…

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4 Responses to Winter Arrives

  1. NH Gardener says:

    The birds sure look cold. I hope it doesn’t last for you too long. We’ve had that kind of weather for all of February so far and I’m itching for spring!
    Nice shots!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Supposed to last through until Saturday. Another snow storm Wed-Thursday. I am with you ready for spring. Thank You…

  2. ellen says:

    So icy and snow on top of it here too. My husband keeps putting out seed for the birds that keeps getting covered. A squirrel or two dig for it, and several birds know it’s there too. I wonder how they can handle the frigid cold as they peck away to find some seed too. Cardinals always a bright spot, literally, as they are here too. Staying in and warm, and yes, you should do so too.

  3. Jim says:

    Ellen,
    There probably will be a little more wildlife loss due to this severe cold. Hope not too much but the ice and no sun has most food sources covered I agree. We have had the most cardinals ever in the yard. Yes, please do stay in and stay warm…

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