They couldn't take that down here either. At home the well (or city water if you have that) pipes come in underground into a heated cellar and with a well the pressure tank is in the cellar. Down here everything is outdoors and exposed. There is city water here and nights that are below freezing we drip the water to keep it from freezing but if it got down that low it would freeze.We can't win here. Every day or two, wintry mix of sleet, freezing rain, and / or snow. Just enough to make a slippery mess, barely melts off before the next batch hits, which is tomorrow evening through Friday morning. At least I'm not in Dallas area of Texas. Four degrees last night, 4 million without power; electric plants are down due to coal piles, wind turbines, and natural gas pumps freezing solid. Pipes bursting everywhere. News said coldest they've seen in 45 years.
Tough old bird set in her ways. You have to like it.Just one cow. It doesn't seem to bother her. She hardly even goes in the barn.
I did throw out some alfalfa and range cubes, for more calories to burn than her normal blue stem.
Congratulations!Looks like it will be a great week here after today. Few showers today then mid-60's -mid-70's the rest of the week. Thursday is freedom day for us. It will be 2 weeks after the 2nd shot and whatever immunity we have, is what we will get. My first order of business is a haircut. Got it done in Mid-Nov before we left and once we got into the vaccine system I let it go and it is really bugging me. Then we go out and really eat in a restaurant. First time since last March. Everything else has been take out.