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Now That We’re All Dug Out…

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Double Brook FarmWe got our feathers all ruffled up for 6 inches of the powdery stuff?

Double Brook FarmOk, that was NOT the epic snow predicted. I mean, even Tom and Jerry were out and about – not roosting as they are want when the snows come in force…

Double Brook FarmMeager snow aside, the lambs and chickens were nestled in nicely – either in the barn or in the woods.

Double Brook FarmMeanwhile the turkey vultures looked on, waiting for more snow…and a potential ‘accident’.

Double Brook FarmThe pigs ventured out of the barns early to make tracks in the snow, root through the sorghum and generally frolic about.

Double Brook FarmAnd, though the snow was not what was first predicted, the gift of a snow day was bestowed upon the kids. And there was happiness across the land! (And pond hockey under the lights of our car.)

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