I haven't posted for a while, because there isn't much to say. We've had two more storms after our 55 inches, another 18 inches, and a nice 3 inch topping. I haven't been in the greenhouse. There isn't much I could do if I got in. I've just decided to settled into winter mode. Lots of baking and sipping apple cider. Maybe I'll put up the Christmas lights this weekend while it is warm. Anyway. Thought I'd share a few photos.
The robins appreciated the crabapples I left. They weren't the only ones. The woodpeckers, juncos, chipmunks, and turkeys all harvested the leftovers.
I promised that I would share the sunflower seed heads.
It isn't the best photo, but he was far away. I just thought he looked so cute with his little crabapple.
We enjoyed watching the birds and little animals munch on the seed heads.
I have yet to dig into the greenhouse. I'm very impressed with its strength. I had to pop two panels back in, but that was all the damage is sustained.
I don't mean to be depressing. My sister keeps asking if we still have snow. I'd say yes we still have a bit of snow left.
It has been warm enough to sit on the porch with coffee and a blanket. Believe it or not quite a bit has melted. The ground still hasn't frozen, so it is melting from above and below. That is about all I have for the week. Besides shoveling, things have been pretty quiet. I hope everyone is enjoying fall. Maybe we will get one next year.