didn't get much of any tatting done, still setting up farmguy's new computer and getting files transferred, takes longer then you think it should.
First up is a look across the yard from the front door, I used the zoom a bit, there is about the same amount of door below the knob as above it, so you can see how deep it is on the ground as well as on the roof of the green shed
This is looking toward the barn, still using zoom a bit, you can see the snow piled up on the bin roof and in front of the door and clinging to the wall of the barn
Basically the same view, but taken from out in the yard later in the afternoon, you can still see snow that has to be shoveled, but much of it has been removed by tractor and snowblower.
headed past the barn and on the way to the cow yard, they are waiting for some more hay, they eat a lot when the weather is colder and stormy. They have inside shelter, but they prefer to be out as much as possible.
The backside of the house, I thought I would show this as you can still see the snow clinging to the wall of the house. The windows were mostly covered with snow all day yesterday, as it clung to the screens. You can see the bottom corner of the garage in the lower left, that is the same level for the bottom of the house all along it, so you get some idea of the height of the snow piled up against the house.
Just a look at the path to the wood stove, and the snow on top of one of the wood piles.