So out we went this morning for chores to find a crackling lawn, creaking trees, and slippery way.
The ice on the feeders weighs a couple of pounds.
We had tried to put our older guineas inside but, they had other plans. This morning we found this male crying next to his frozen mate. Sometimes you just can not tame guineas. So sad! :O(
All you can walk on is a thick layer of ice.
Ice Ice everywhere.
Shiny equals slippery.
We have just seen the sun for the first time in about five days. Saenz got up with me at 6 -- took a look outside at all the ice and went back to bed. Banjo kept me company until hubby woke up; then we went to do our chores. Happy to say both nannies have not had their kids. Zephyr is upset because we saw no snow but, what can you do?
There is another artic front moving in and will be here by Tuesday. I doubt snow will fall because it is no where near as big and lingering as this one. For those peeps who are in the path of this one in the Southern United States please be prepared. We are walking on about 1/2 to 1" of ice so ya'll may just be in trouble.
Off to take a nap and spend time with my menfolk.