There are a lot more downed branches after the snow.
I walked along the longer branch and counted over 16 feet.
And I just noticed the branch sticking into the ground.
I found a dead branch ready to fall, but I don't know when it will take a dive.
The branch has lost its bark, but doesn't look like it wants to fall.
It has been like this for the 10 years I've been here.
The moss is very happy and seems to love the wet snowy rainy weather.
Lonely is not broody.
I wish she was, but she doesn't do any of the broody things like puffing up when disturbed or clucking.
She is quiet and I'm not even sure she is eating that much.
Hope I can let all the chickens out tomorrow. Lonely too!
this time around.