Just a few examples of why it has been a bit difficult to feed the animals lately.
wow....... gorgeous pictures!!!
Great pics. I've neve seen drifts quite like that! But I feel for you guys having to take care of livestock in that stuff.
Those wind sculptures put man's efforts to shame:) Great pictures. I don't envy you trying to get around in that. Hope you get some warmer temps soon to melt the snow.Toodles, Debbie
The third and fifth photos are stunning. Stunning. Of course I'm kinda happy that I don't have animals to feed or weather like that.
I've never seen anything like that before - it certainly is pretty to look at. I wouldn't want to live with it, though.
Wow! Amazing. The brilliant blue sky and white snow make for such great pictures. I love how the snow has blown and curled, it's really unique. Hang in there and stay warm and toasty!
Lovely!! But it looks soooo cold. Stay warm and safe.
Now I know why Vancouver doesn't have enough snow for the Olympics.
The photos are beautiful. After living in Wyoming, I can imagine the force of the winds that create those drifts! It's the wind that is the biggest problem, not so much the cold, in my opinion.
LOVE that last picture - that one is as good if not better than anyting I have seen PW take... and I like her photography!!!
very very nice pictures, I llike them all. thanx for sharing :)
Oh gosh this looks like our place right now! We got dumped on and spent 10 days without power!
wow! Fantastic pictures!
I have been away and missed a lot - can I just say WOW! Love these shots and I love the new-look blog. Gorgeous.:-)BB
Um, that's a little bit of snow!!! Yikes!! Your photos are great!
Wow Erin - I had tears in my eyes when I finished your recent article in the Prairie Star. May I suggest that this article be posted as an Editorial in every newspaper across the nation. You've written a well thought out story of what the future holds for Montana farmers and ranchers if the government continues it's land grab from the private owners. I think I'll send your article onto all of Congress in Washington D.C. It may take me awhile - but it will be worth it in the end.
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