As of now, 9:05 AM we are not plowed in any direction.
Josh and Nathan both snowshoed to Canard this morning.
Good news is that the squash barn did not freeze. Malcolm kept the fire going and that was enough to keep it from freezing until the power came back on early this morning at 1:30AM. (the power keeps the grain feeding into the grain burner and the fans running)
In other news, the water is all frozen in the warehouse.
Just a reminder that we will not be doing deliveries today. We hope that we will be back in action tomorrow.
It has been quite a two week stretch of weather events especially when we need to be driving. It certainly has kept me thinking and reflecting.
Ed is getting loaded up and will be on his way soon.
I realize it is Friday and traffic is likely more intense than on a Tuesday. We also realize the weather hasn't been great for you either so there is a lot of snow and slippery conditions.
Thank you for adapting and accepting and supporting as we all embrace or cope with our winter. This morning I was feeling frustrated because I couldn't get the truck in 4-wheel drive and I couldn't get out of the drive way. For about 20 minutes I was clouded with frustration and then all of the sudden, I looked out and I saw how incredibly beautiful the snow is. I can so easily get caught up in the functioning of my own life/farm life and forget to stop and take in all the gifts of this weather, one of which I'd say is beauty.