We've been having a blizzard since last night. The wind is so strong. We all thought just maybe(?) winter was over. The last couple weeks have ranged between 40's and even 50's one day. Oh well, -12 degrees F isn't as bad as it could be.
The alpacas love it, Bella seems not to mind it ... she was lying out in the pasture near the gate watching for any sign of life in the house this morning. The goats seem fine, although Snoball, in the pen by herself, was shaking a little this morning when the girls went to feed. My daughter put in more hay but I think that shed may be too drafty. We will have to put a tarp of something around the outside when the wind dies down. She was eating and drinking alright and not crying so I think she's ok for now. The cashmeres used to shake a lot but never got sick.
The yarn balls are the Cormo I dyed the other day. I was just needing to see how it would look as a hat or pair of socks. So soft and pretty. I like the colors much better mixed together in the balls. After the 'four-year sox' I finished last year I said I'd never make another pair. Now I'm not so sure. We'll see.
Dolly is still missing. I still get an occasional phone call that someone has seen her. I think everyone in this area is looking for her. I just pray she is ok.
We had another cougar sighting yesterday on two of the roads leading up to our driveway. Called F&W but they won't do anything until damage is done (what does That mean??). Finally called a referral from that office and he indicated he'd come down if there was a problem. Hopefully the lion will keep movin' on.