|Brunz at morning hay|
|Icicles from his blankets|
Then I went down to the barn to feed Bruno, who was quite warm and happy, thank you very much. The icicles on his blankets indicate he was warm enough to melt the snow on his blankets. Then, pack up, and off to the show.
The roads were very clear, plowed and salted, so the drive was not the problem I'd anticipated. So I arrived at Barb's, set up, and was there in the barn till 4:00. It was COLD in the barn, but only 2 exhibitors left because of it. The rest of us visited, chatted, sipped hot drinks, and I think had a good time. I did sell a framed painting [one I almost didn't bring] to a woman who was very happy with her purchase. For me, having someone that pleased and excited about having and displaying one of my paintings, is worth much more than the sale.
|Barb greeting Santa|
|The farm looks very different under snow|
|Santa stopping for a "smokie", before he heads out|
|Onno's car , loaded with salt for the driveway|
|Again, looking very different|
|Mallards in the back pond|