I have been driven nearly mad listening to that witch of a b*tch, the Wicked Wind of the West howl for nearly 24 hours straight. And today, well I discovered this …
See anything missing? Like a door? I found the missing panel on the other side of the Pin Oak. Both are secure in my shed until we reach nearly 60° F on Monday, according to the weather forecast, when I will affix both in place and devise a way to keep secure. At least the rustic arbor is still standing. I am almost afraid to leave my little sanctuary all alone to face the brut of Winter – almost. Since there’s not much I can do about the weather, I am migrating! [gulp], but what will I return to?
Anyway, it’s a good thing that I wasn’t organized enough to have anything growing in my little greenhouse just yet!
I also refilled all my bird feeders – the WWW tends to blow the seed right out of them. Unbelievable. It is calm now, but there’s more of IT predicted. This is one of the birds’ favorite spots.
They are really into the heated bird bath this year. I am going to put out a solar one while we are gone. It should help on days above 20° F which may not be often but I figure every little bit helps. When I hear WWW howl and see the swirls of snow I can’t help but think of all those creatures outdoors enduring.
I have to share this “wall of snow” captured in Buffalo NY with you. Now, THAT is something I do not want to ever witness! Although I could picture it coming up the river …
Tonight, I should sleep sound.