finally snow

yes, we have been waiting for snow, have hardly gone shoeing all winter. we’ve endured outages, but scarcely had snow. now we’ve got snow and no outages! it’s so nice to wash clothes and dishes using electricity. no need to use the dryer during outages–we just hang clothes around the house for the wood stove heat to dry. this adds welcome moisture to the cabin. thanks so to whomever is responsible for all this.




the line is here should we care to hang them outside


r, measures 19 inches. i write here in summer



finally shoeing!


4 responses

  1. I’m waiting for snow….to disappear!! Glad you got a dump. And at this time of year you know it’s not going to last long, so bonus! Here I am heartily sick of it. Bring on spring, I say!


  2. Thanks for the snow pics! I could hang laundry outside off-and-on in the winter, if it weren’t for the smoke from the woodstove in the house, which seems to blow straight across the clothes lines. Smoke-scented clothes is not pleasant. I use collapsible wood racks in the living room when I do winter laundry–though it does put a damper on living room space.


    • thanks for stopping by from the prairie! our indoor folding rack fits well between the stove and copper reflector protecting the wall. R. has a rack hanging from above just there as well, and clothes dry nicely there on hangers.


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