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Archive for January 19, 2013

What Happens When the Temperature Drops After A Beyond Chilly Day


We had a beyond chilly day yesterday at Gullringstorp. We all kept warm and cozy, including the goats. My pasta sauce was wonderful and I just love my new crock pot.

During the night our temperature dropped even more to a crispy -19 c. The morning view from every angle here at Gullringstorp was just spectacular.

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Crunchy trees and a crunch under our feet as we walk in the snow

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A crispy apple tree

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Looks like a lace covered tree

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Snow, frost and ice crystals

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Really pretty

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Ice covered bush

A crispy pear tree

A crispy pear tree

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Beautiful

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Sorry about the wire in the photo

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The frozen forest across the street

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Lovely

Fence around the front play yard

Fence around the front play yard

Baby goat play yard fence

Baby goat play yard fence

After the goats were milked when we left the stable a cold fog had rolled in

After the goats were milked when we left the stable a cold fog had rolled in giving an eerie look

Cold fog

Cold fog

Ice crystal trees in the cold fog

Ice crystal trees in the cold fog

Max in his warm winter suit and winter boots in the cold snow

Max in his warm winter suit and winter boots in the cold snow

I just love looking at all the ice crystals on the trees and bushes and hedges.

How is winter looking in your neck of the woods?