Snowcanoes (like volcanoes)
I spotted these weird looking features as I was taking wheelbarrow loads of chicken s#%* to the compost heap. They looked so odd, that I ran into the house, grabbed Ruth's camera and spent a few minutes pretending to be a photographer. I even lay down in the snow to capture this image. The next photo reveals the origin of these strange snow structures.
Bishop the Barn Cat walked across the snow here when the snow was about 5" deep. As the snow packed down to about 3" in the warm sun, the snow left little protrusions around each track.
The Shroud of Dansville
What in the world!? I baked another loaf of rustic bread and when I pulled the bread off the parchment paper, I saw this! What do you see in the paper? I would like you to study it and let me know what you see.
Garden Plans Coming Soon!
My next post will be about my garden plans. I received my first batch of seeds in the mail already and am planning a garden with raised beds, bean trellises, chicken-proofing, and other things to make it look inviting. I would love to hear about your garden plans.