Other times, I'd really like to sit down and have it out with her. We've been under a frozen fog now for.....weeks. The sun couldn't even find its way out- it would try for 5 minutes then dissappear back into white oblivion. The trees in the hills looked coated in snow but they are actually white with frozen fog ice. You walk outside and little bits of "snow fog" are floating down from the sky. In the upper elevations it feels like you are in the scene of a post apocalyptic science fiction movie.
The temps have been mild enough to get out and manage horse time- 26 to 36 degrees. Except the ground is as hard as cement and even worse, all of the mud froze into deep lava rock-like ruts.
Until this morning. What to my wondrous eyes did appear when I woke up.....
This was looking out my kitchen window just after daylight.
That was Luna jumping up and bucking after rolling in the snow. I was holding Ranch Boy Jr before this and missed capturing My Boy rearing and leaping straight into the air.