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Ice Age


The frozen precipitation from the snowpaclypse that occurred 4 weeks ago tomorrow is still on the ground out here. FOUR WEEKS! I find it pretty and poetic and light-reflecting and all of that, but, well, I’m pretty ready for it to move on. My winter garden is still blanketed under, the chickens want their yard back, and I’d like to not worry about breaking my neck on the icy path to the coop each morning. 

Not whining, just sayin’…

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