Yesterday the sun came out and Mary was feeling better so off we went for a hike in the woods.
We have very little snow as you can see. Our chickens are happy in their coop and continue to give us 4 or 5 eggs a day.
Our pond is once again frozen over. Last week I watched a marten cross the ice with something firmly clutched in his jaws. He was too far away for me to identify his supper that night.
Out on our road Jim was busy filling in potholes and ruts, getting the surface ready for winter. We have sufficient road equipment among us to keep the road in decent shape thanks to our dedicated road crew.
Soon our road will be a white path allowing us access to the outside world. In the two winters we have been here we have never been unable to get to town when needed.
Today it's sunny and -16*C. Time to go to town and get sewing supplies. No need for groceries, we have a freezer full of food that I'm sure will last us 3 months.
Safe travels everyone and thanks for stopping by.