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Monday, January 22, 2007


After all that sleet, it took a week to get above freezing. One day at those temps did little to melt things before the snow came.
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We received 10 inches of snow.

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On a sad note, our chick is missing. I am assuming that something {like a skunk} grabbed it.


Anonymous said...

Ten inches? Ugh. I'm sorry that you got so much snow but I'm so glad that didn't hit us. There are still a lot of people in our area without power....that much snow would have caused even more problems.

btw: Our power came back on Saturday. I was so thankful!

Caroline said...

Oh, I'm sorry your chick is missing. Do you have a rooster in with your hens? Maybe you'll have one go broody again soon. If you don't have a rooster, I'll volunteer to have some fertile eggs sent when one of your hens goes broody.

BurdockBoy said...

JEALOUS. We only have a couple inches on the ground. I think we're on track for the warmest and one of the least amount of snowfall years ever.

sorry about the chick though.

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