Spring, where are you? We were teased this weekend with sunny skies and nearly 60 degree temps. I rode in a tshirt and actually was sweaty. I loved it!
|Attempting to find the road|
And then the rain started. A chunky rain -- filled with bits of ice. I live about a mile from the barn where I keep my horses and had driven the tractor over to rake the arena. So of course I had to drive the tractor back home and hadn't even thought of a rain coat so I used the ever so fashionable discarded sawdust bag over my head. I turned a few heads as I drove down the road!
During the night, we were the lucky recipients of a freezing rain and then snow. By the time I started the trek to the barn, the truck was completely covered in snow. As I was driving slow in a four wheel drive, the slick road conditions weren't too much of an issue but because the snow was so deep and I was the first to drive on it I wasn't sure where the road was. I made some good guesses and seemed to be on solid ground luckily.
The horses had been in all night so I decided to put them out for the day despite the snow so snuggled them up in their blankets and sent them out to enjoy some hay.
Despite the beauty of the snow I am SO ready for spring and this March snow just seems a cruel joke after our gorgeous weekend. I am ready to ride and enjoy longer days and sun on my shoulders.